Alfred Junge

Art Director - Germany
Born January 29, 1886 in Görlitz
Died July 16, 1964 in London

Mini-Biography:
Alfred Junge was born on January 29, 1886 in Görlitz. He was a German Art Director, known for Mogambo (1954), Acht Mädels im Boot (1932), Ivanhoe (1953), Alfred Junge's first movie on record is from 1923. Alfred Junge died on July 16, 1964 in London. His last motion picture on file dates from 1957.

Alfred Junge Filmography [Auszug]
1957: [12.14] Farewell to Arms (Art Director), Directed by Charles Vidor, John Huston, with Jennifer Jones, Rock Hudson, Vittorio De Sica,
1954: [/ /1] Mogambo (Art Director), Directed by John Ford, with Clark Gable, Grace Kelly, Laurence Naismith,
1953: [03.18] Never let me go (Art Director), Directed by Delmer Daves, with Clark Gable, Gene Tierney, Bernard Miles,
1953: [02.20] Ivanhoe (Sir Walter Scott's Ivanhoe) (Art Director), Directed by Richard Thorpe, with Robert Taylor, Elizabeth Taylor, Joan Fontaine,
1946: [] Black Narcissus (Art Director), Directed by Michael Powell, Emeric Pressburger, with David Farrar, Deborah Kerr, Sabu,
1945: [] The Life and Death of Colonel Blimp (Art Director), Directed by Michael Powell, Emeric Pressburger, with , Deborah Kerr, Roger Livesey,
1945: [/ /1] A Matter of Life and Death (Art Director), Directed by Michael Powell, Emeric Pressburger,
1940: [05.11] Contraband (Blackout) (Set Decoration), Directed by Michael Powell, with Conrad Veidt, Valerie Hobson, Hay Petrie,
1939: [] Goodbye Mr. Chips (Art Director), Directed by Sam Wood, with Robert Donat, Greer Garson, Paul Henreid,
1938: [10.21] The Citadel (Art Director), Directed by King Vidor, with Robert Donat, Rex Harrison, Cecil Parker,
1937: [/ /1] Young and Innocent (A Girl was young) (Art Director), Directed by Alfred Hitchcock, with , , ,
1935: [04.00] Bulldog Jack (Alias Bulldog Drummond) (Art Director), Directed by Walter Forde, with Fay Wray, Jack Hulbert, Claude Hulbert,
1934: [10.04] Jew Süss (Power) (Art Director), Directed by Lothar Mendes, with Conrad Veidt, Benita Hume, ,
1934: [] The Man who knew too much (Art Director), Directed by Alfred Hitchcock, with Leslie Banks, Peter Lorre, Edna Best,
1934: [/ /1] The clairvoyant (The evil mind) (Art Director), Directed by Maurice Elvey, with Fay Wray,
1933: [09.04] I was a spy (Art Director), Directed by Victor Saville, with Madeleine Carroll, Herbert Marshall, Conrad Veidt,
1933: [/ /1] The Constant Nymph (Art Director), Directed by Basil Dean,
1933: [] Waltzes from Vienna (Strauss' Great Waltz) (Art Director), Directed by Alfred Hitchcock, with , , ,
1932: [09.21] Acht Mädels im Boot (Art Director), Directed by Erich Waschneck, with Theodor Loos, Hedi Heising, Karin Hardt,
1932: [12.00] After the Ball (Art Director), Directed by Milton Rosmer, with Esther Ralston, Basil Rathbone, Marie Burke,
1931: [06.01] Salto mortale (Art Director), Directed by E.A. Dupont, with Reinhold Bernt, Kurt Gerron, Anna Sten,
1930: [11/21] Menschen im Käfig (Cape Forlon) (Art Director), Directed by E.A. Dupont, with Conrad Veidt, Fritz Kortner, Tala Birell,
1930: [. .] Deux Mondes (Art Director), Directed by E.A. Dupont, with Guy Ferrand, Henri Garat, Marie Glory,
1930: [. .] Two Worlds (Art Director), Directed by E.A. Dupont, with Randle Ayrton, Norah Baring, Donald Calthrop,
1930: [] Zwei Welten (Two Worlds) (Art Director), Directed by E.A. Dupont, with Rudolf Meinhard-Jünger, Friedrich Kayssler, Maria Paudler,
1928: [] Piccadilly (Art Director), Directed by E.A. Dupont, with Gilda Gray, Jameson Thomas, Cyril Ritchard,
1928: [10.10] Die Carmen von St. Pauli (Docks of Hamburg) (Art Director), Directed by Erich Waschneck, with Jenny Jugo, Willy Fritsch, Fritz Rasp,
1927: [03.22] Moulin Rouge (Art Director), Directed by E.A. Dupont, with Blanche Bernis, Jean Bradin, Eve Gray,
1927: [02.05] Mata Hari, die rote Tänzerin (Art Director), Directed by Friedrich Feher, with Wolfgang Zilzer, Max Maximilian, Emil Lind,
1926: [02.10] Tragödie eines Verlorenen (Art Director), Directed by Hans Steinhoff, with Alfred Abel, Helga Molander, Ralph Arthur Roberts,
1926: [01.03] Brennende Grenze (Aftermath) (Art Director), Directed by Erich Waschneck, with Jenny Hasselqvist, , Fritz Alberti,
1926: [09.10] Spitzen (Art Director), Directed by Holger-Madsen, with Arthur Beder, Heinrich Peer, Dagmar Murzewa,
1925: [01.22] Der Kampf gegen Berlin (Art Director), Directed by Max Reichmann, with Carlo Aldini, Philipp Manning, Raimondo van Riel,
1925: [11.16] Varieté (Art Director), Directed by E.A. Dupont, with Emil Jannings, Maly Delschaft, Lya de Putti,
1925: [] Ein Lebenskünstler (Art Director), Directed by Holger-Madsen, with Erna Morena, Friedrich Kayssler, Grete Mosheim,
1924: [05.00] Der Mann um Mitternacht (Art Director), Directed by Holger-Madsen, with Hella Moja, Olaf Fjord, Henrik Malberg,
1924: [03.00] Die Kleine aus der Konfektion (Warenhausmädchen (Working title)) (Art Director), Directed by Maurice Turner, with Lilli Flohr, Siegfried Berisch, Hans Junkermann,
1924: [12.02] Mensch gegen Mensch (Art Director), Directed by Hans Steinhoff, with Harry Lamberts-Paulsen, Harald Paulsen, Albert Paulig,
1924: [11.13] Das Wachsfigurenkabinett (The Three Wax Works, Three Wax Men, Waxworks, Three wax men) (Art Director), Directed by Paul Leni, Leo Birinski, with Emil Jannings, Conrad Veidt, Werner Krauss,
1923: [] Die grüne Manuela (Art Director), Directed by E.A. Dupont, with Lucie Labass, Angelo Ferrari, ,
1923: [01.11] Das alte Gesetz (This Ancient Law) (Art Director), Directed by E.A. Dupont, with Ernst Deutsch, Henny Porten, Ruth Weyher,

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