History Creator / FritzLang

15th Feb '17 2:20:36 PM LongTallShorty64
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** Even in his American films, he often had this archetype, especially his thirties films with Sylvia Sidney. Later examples include Creator/JoanBennett, Creator/GloriaGrahame, Anne Baxter and Ida Lupino. Lang's favorite actress to work with in Hollywood was Creator/BarbaraStanwyck, even if they made one film.

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** Even in his American films, he often had this archetype, especially his thirties films with Sylvia Sidney. Later examples include Creator/JoanBennett, Creator/GloriaGrahame, Anne Baxter and Ida Lupino.Creator/IdaLupino. Lang's favorite actress to work with in Hollywood was Creator/BarbaraStanwyck, even if they made one film.
12th Jan '17 11:30:41 PM Doug86
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* AsHimself: Portrayed himself as the director of the FilmWithinAFilm in ''Film/{{Contempt}}'', directed by JeanLucGodard (who was a great admirer of his).

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* AsHimself: Portrayed himself as the director of the FilmWithinAFilm in ''Film/{{Contempt}}'', directed by JeanLucGodard Creator/JeanLucGodard (who was a great admirer of his).
28th Dec '16 3:13:20 PM LongTallShorty64
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* ''Clash by Night'' (1952).

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* ''Clash by Night'' ''Film/ClashByNight'' (1952).
23rd Dec '16 1:02:40 PM jamespolk
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* ''Das Testament des Doktor Mabuse'' (''Film/TheLastWillOfDrMabuse'') (1933).

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* ''Das Testament des Doktor Mabuse'' (''Film/TheLastWillOfDrMabuse'') (''Film/TheTestamentOfDrMabuse'') (1933).
8th Oct '16 12:48:10 AM eroock
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* ''Film/DasTestamentDesDoktorMabuse'' (1933).

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* ''Film/DasTestamentDesDoktorMabuse'' ''Das Testament des Doktor Mabuse'' (''Film/TheLastWillOfDrMabuse'') (1933).
13th Jun '16 2:42:48 AM aishwarya
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* ''Secret Beyond the Door'' (1948).

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* ''Secret Beyond the Door'' ''Film/SecretBeyondTheDoor'' (1948).
7th Jun '16 6:55:02 PM Doug86
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Fritz Lang (18901976) was an UsefulNotes/{{Austria}}n director known for his trope-making films in the Golden Age of German and Hollywood cinema. After trying first to be an architect and then a painter, Lang got into the film industry after serving in UsefulNotes/WorldWarOne, as both a writer and actor before becoming a director. In the early 1920's he met his second wife, screenwriter Thea von Harbou, who he collaborated with on all his films for the next decade. This period included ''Film/{{Metropolis}}'', ''Die Nibelungen'', the [[Film/DrMabuseTheGambler Dr. Mabuse series]], and ''Film/{{M}}'', which are probably his most famous works.

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Fritz Lang (18901976) was an UsefulNotes/{{Austria}}n director known for his trope-making films in the Golden Age of German and Hollywood cinema. After trying first to be an architect and then a painter, Lang got into the film industry after serving in UsefulNotes/WorldWarOne, UsefulNotes/WorldWarI, as both a writer and actor before becoming a director. In the early 1920's he met his second wife, screenwriter Thea von Harbou, who he collaborated with on all his films for the next decade. This period included ''Film/{{Metropolis}}'', ''Die Nibelungen'', the [[Film/DrMabuseTheGambler Dr. Mabuse series]], and ''Film/{{M}}'', which are probably his most famous works.
6th Jun '16 5:35:04 PM eroock
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** Even in his American films, he often had this archetype, especially his thirties films with Sylvia Sidney. Later examples include Creator/JoanBennett, Gloria Grahame, Anne Baxter and Ida Lupino. Lang's favorite actress to work with in Hollywood was Creator/BarbaraStanwyck, even if they made one film.

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** Even in his American films, he often had this archetype, especially his thirties films with Sylvia Sidney. Later examples include Creator/JoanBennett, Gloria Grahame, Creator/GloriaGrahame, Anne Baxter and Ida Lupino. Lang's favorite actress to work with in Hollywood was Creator/BarbaraStanwyck, even if they made one film.
29th May '16 2:14:52 PM Da1tonTheGreat
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* CanonWelding: ''M'' and the ''Dr. Mabuse'' films take place in a SharedUniverse due to the presence of Detective Lohmann in both.



* RealitySubtext: Many of his films with Thea von Harbou cast her ex-husband Rudolf Klein-Rogge (whom she left to marry Fritz) as the villain. A major plot point in ''Metropolis'' is the [[DoesThisRemindYouOfAnything work-obsessed control freak]] Joh Fredersen taking the wife of mad scientist Rotwang (played by Klein-Rogge). The statue of the (dead) wife bears suspicious similarities to Thea von Harbou, so... yeah.
23rd Apr '16 10:17:05 PM JulianLapostat
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** Even in his American films, he often had this archetype, especially his thirties films with Sylvia Sidney. Later examples include Joan Bennett, Gloria Grahame, Anne Baxter and Ida Lupino. Lang's favorite actress to work with in Hollywood was Creator/BarbaraStanwyck, even if they made one film.

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** Even in his American films, he often had this archetype, especially his thirties films with Sylvia Sidney. Later examples include Joan Bennett, Creator/JoanBennett, Gloria Grahame, Anne Baxter and Ida Lupino. Lang's favorite actress to work with in Hollywood was Creator/BarbaraStanwyck, even if they made one film.
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