Hans Minzloff

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Hans Minzloff
Born16 February 1890
Died19 September 1962
Berlin, Germany
OccupationArt Director
Years active1925-1958 (film )

Hans Minzloff (1890–1962) was a German art director. [1]


Selected filmography

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  1. Gemünden p.171