Photographs and Documents. Vienna-Berlin-Paris-Hollywood.
Text by Rolf Aurich, Wolfgang Jacobsen, and Cornelius Schnauber.
512 pp., 623 black-and-white and 22 color illustrations, 9¾x11¾".
"A true cinematic pioneer, Fritz Lang began his film career as a writer and director of silent movies in Germany between the World Wars. His early films, such as Dr. Mabuse, Metropolis, and his first talkie, M, have become classics and positioned him as a leading light in the German film industry in the early 1930s."-the publisher.
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