Otto Ernst Lubitz

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Otto Ernst Lubitz
Born23 June 1896
Died30 April 1943
Berlin, Germany
OccupationProducer, Writer
Years active1933-1943 (film)

Otto Ernst Lubitz (1896 1943) was a German screenwriter, film producer and production manager. [1] During the 1930s he worked for the Munich-based Bavaria Film. He later became part of the Berlin Film group of independent producers.


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  1. Klaus p.35