Gerhard Huttula

Director of Photography - Germany
Born June 2, 1902 in Berlin
Died January 15, 1996

Gerhard Huttula was born on June 2, 1902 in Berlin. He was a German Director of Photography, known for Schwarzwaldmädel (1950), Kolberg (1945), Quax in Fahrt (1943), Gerhard Huttula's first movie on record is from 1943. Gerhard Huttula died on January 15, 1996. His last motion picture on file dates from 1956.

Gerhard Huttula Filmography [Auszug]
1956: [] Kalle wird Bürgermeister (Director of Photography), Directed by Fritz Genschow, with Wolfgang Condrus, Reinhard Kolldehoff, ,
1950: [09.07] Schwarzwaldmädel (Black Forest Maiden) (Director of Photography), Directed by Hans Deppe, with , Lucie Englisch, Paul Hörbiger,
1945: [01.30] Kolberg (Director of Photography: 2. Kamera), Directed by Veit Harlan, with Heinrich George, Kristina Söderbaum, Horst Caspar,
1943: [05.22] Quax in Fahrt (Visual Effects), Directed by Helmut Weiss, with Heinz Rühmann, Hertha Feiler, Karin Himboldt,

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