Joseph-Louis Mundwiller

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Joseph-Louis Mundwiller
Born10 April 1886
Died9 July 1967
OccupationCinematographer
Years active1908-1942 (film )

Joseph-Louis Mundwiller (1886–1967) was a cinematographer. He was born in Mülhausen in Alsace following the region's annexation into the German Empire after the Franco-Prussian War. He worked in the French cinema. In 1909 he directed an early travelogue Moscow Clad in Snow . [1]

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