|Born||5 February 1878|
|Died||3 July 1959|
|Other names||Otto Gülstorff|
|Years active||1926-1948 (film & TV)|
Otto Guelstorff (1878 – 1959) was a German art director.  He worked on around fifty films during his career.
Brigitte Helm was a German actress, best remembered for her dual role as Maria and her double named Futura, in Fritz Lang's 1927 silent film, Metropolis.
Attila Hörbiger was an Austrian stage and movie actor.
Otto Heller, B.S.C. was a Czech cinematographer long resident in the United Kingdom. He worked on more than 250 films, including Richard III (1955), The Ladykillers (1955) and Peeping Tom (1960).
Otto Hugo Fries was an American film actor. He appeared in more than 120 films between 1920 and 1938.
Otto F. Hoffman was an American film actor. He appeared in almost 200 films between 1915 and 1944. He was born in New York City and died in Los Angeles, California, from lung cancer.
Paul Otto Schlesinger was a German film actor and director. Born in Berlin, he began a qualification as a retail merchant and made his actor's debut at the age of 17. Otto worked at Theaters in Halle, Wiesbaden and Hanover before he returned to Berlin about 1906.
Friedrich Martin Adalbert Kayssler, also spelled Kayßler, was a German theatre and film actor. He appeared in 56 films between 1913 and 1945.
Herman Bing was a German-American character actor. He acted in more than 120 films and many of his parts were uncredited.
Paul Hörbiger was an Austrian theatre and film actor.
Otto Wallburg was a German actor and Kabarett performer. He was a prolific film actor during the late silent and early sound era.
Paul Anton Heinrich Rehkopf was a German actor.
Otto Sauter-Sarto was a German actor. He appeared in 70 films between 1920 and 1956.
Otto Erdmann was a German art director. During the 1920s and 1930s he often worked alongside Hans Sohnle.
Silence in the Forest is a 1929 German silent drama film directed by William Dieterle and starring Dieterle, Rina Marsa, and Petta Frederik. It was shot at the Babelsberg Studios in Berlin. The film's sets were designed by the art directors Otto Guelstorff and Gabriel Pellon. It was made by the German subsidiary of Universal Pictures and was the first of several film versions of the novel of the same title by Ludwig Ganghofer.
Stronger Than Regulations is a 1936 German mystery film directed by Jürgen von Alten and starring Paul Hartmann, Karl Hellmer and Manja Behrens.
Love and the First Railway is a 1934 German historical comedy film directed by Robert Neppach and starring Jakob Tiedtke, Ida Wüst, and Karin Hardt. The plot revolves around the construction of the railway line between Berlin and Potsdam in the 1830s, the first in the Kingdom of Prussia.
The Glass Ball is a 1937 German drama film directed by Peter Stanchina and starring Albrecht Schoenhals, Sabine Peters, and Hilde von Stolz.
Hell of Love is a 1926 German silent drama film directed by Bruno Rahn and starring Vivian Gibson, Erich Kaiser-Titz, and William Dieterle.
Pillars of Society is a 1935 German drama film directed by Detlef Sierck and starring Heinrich George, Maria Krahn and Albrecht Schoenhals. It is based on the eponymous play by Henrik Ibsen.
Punks Arrives from America is a 1935 German comedy film directed by Karl Heinz Martin and starring Attila Hörbiger, Lien Deyers, Ralph Arthur Roberts and Sybille Schmitz. Produced and distributed by UFA, it was made at the company's Babelsberg Studios in Potsdam. The film's sets were designed by the art director Otto Guelstorff. Location shooting took place around Hamburg. Along with Fresh Wind from Canada it was one of several seemingly innocuous comedies released that supported the Nazi Party's Heim ins Reich policy.