Frederik Fuglsang

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Frederik Fuglsang
Born12 December 1887
Denmark
Died2 April 1953(1953-04-02) (aged 65)
OccupationCinematographer
Years active1915–1938

Frederik Fuglsang (1887–1953) was a Danish cinematographer who worked largely in the German film industry. Fuglsang was employed by Nordisk Film, who initially brought him to Germany. He worked frequently during the Weimar era on films such as Vanina (1922) and Frederic Zelnik's The Weavers (1927). [1] He was married to the actress Käte Fuglsang.

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  1. Eisner p.354

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