Kurt Herlth

Art Director - Germany
Born February 24, 1896 in Wriezen
Died July 17, 1966 in Berlin

Kurt Herlth was born on February 24, 1896 in Wriezen. He was a German Art Director, known for Ein Leben lang (1940), Ehe im Schatten (1947), Burgtheater (1936), Kurt Herlth's first movie on record is from 1936. Kurt Herlth died on July 17, 1966 in Berlin. His last motion picture on file dates from 1952.

Kurt Herlth Filmography [Auszug]
1952: [12.19] Im weissen Rössl (Art Director), Directed by Willi Forst, with Johanna Matz, Johannes Heesters, Walter Müller,
1949: [10.27] Mordprozess Dr. Jordan (Art Director), Directed by Erich Engels, with Rudolf Fernau, Maria Holst, Margarete Haagen,
1947: [10.03] Ehe im Schatten (Art Director), Directed by Kurt Maetzig, with Elly Burgmer, Lotte Loebinger, Lieselotte Lieck,
1940: [/ /1] Ein Leben lang (Art Director), Directed by Gustav Ucicky, with Hugo Gottschlich, Alfred Neugebauer, Annie Rosar,
1936: [] Burgtheater (Burg Theatre) (Art Director), Directed by Willi Forst, with Werner Krauss, Hortense Raky, Olga Tschechowa,

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