Wilhelm Vorwerg

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Wilhelm Vorwerg
Born6 August 1899
Died15 July 1990
OccupationArt director
Years active1937-1973

Wilhelm Vorwerg (1899–1990) was a German art director who designed the sets for over fifty films including a number of Rialto Film's series of Edgar Wallace adaptations in the 1960s. [1]


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  1. Bergfelder p.256