Emil Schünemann

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Director of Photography - Germany
Born April 18, 1882 in Berlin
Died May 26, 1964 in Rangsdorf

Mini-Biography:
Emil Schünemann was born on April 18, 1882 in Berlin. He was a German Director of Photography, known for Halbblut (1919), Der Herr der Liebe (1919), Die Pest in Florenz (1919), Emil Schünemann's first movie on record is from 1909. Emil Schünemann died on May 26, 1964 in Rangsdorf. His last motion picture on file dates from 1952.
Biographical Notes in German: Kameramann des deutschen Films

Emil Schünemann Filmography [Auszug]
1952: [] Anna Susanna (Director of Photography), Directed by Richard Nicolas, with Günther Simon, Peter Marx, Werner Peters,
1951: [/ /1] Die Meere rufen (Director of Photography), with Elfie Dugal, Martin Flörchinger, Oswald Foerderer,
1950: [] Blauer Dunst (Director of Photography), with Carl de Vogt,
1942: [/ /1] Hände hoch (Director of Photography), Directed by Alfred Weidenmann,
1938: [/ /1] Die Pfingstorgel (Director of Photography), Directed by Franz Seitz sen., with Maria Andergast, Willy Rösner, Hannes Stelzer,
1936: [] Skandal um die Fledermaus (Director of Photography), Directed by Herbert Selpin, with Helmut Weiss, Eliza Illiard, Hedi Heising,
1936: [] Liebeserwachen (Director of Photography),
1935: [09.06] Ein Idealer Gatte (Director of Photography), Directed by Herbert Selpin, with Georg Alexander, Sybille Schmitz, Werner Scharf,
1935: [07.09] Wer wagt - gewinnt (Bezauberndes Fräulein) (Director of Photography), Directed by Walter Janssen, with Wilhelm Bendow, Walter Steinbeck, ,
1935: [/ /1] Künstlerliebe (Director of Photography), Directed by Fritz Wendhausen, with Wolfgang Liebeneiner, Harald Paulsen, Inge Schmidt,
1935: [] Paul und Pauline (Director of Photography), with Leo Peukert,
1934: [01.14] Oberwachtmeister Schwenke (Director of Photography), Directed by Carl Froelich, with Walter Steinbeck, Herbert Gernot, Claire Fuchs,
1934: [10.19] Die Reiter von Deutsch-Ostafrika (Director of Photography), Directed by Herbert Selpin, with Louis Brody, Ludwig Gerner, Rudolf Klicks,
1934: [/ /1] Der schwarze Walfisch (Director of Photography), Directed by Fritz Wendhausen, with Emil Jannings, Margarete Kupfer, Franz Nicklisch,
1934: [] Ich für Dich - du für Mich (Director of Photography), Directed by Carl Froelich, with Carl de Vogt,
1933: [/ /1] Manolescu, der Fürst der Diebe (Director of Photography), Directed by Willi Wolff, with Alfred Abel, Mady Christians, Hilde Hildebrand,
1933: [] Liebesfrühling (Director of Photography), Directed by Karl Otto Krause, with Carl de Vogt, Erna Morena,
1933: [] Volldampf voraus (Director of Photography), Directed by Carl Froelich,
1932: [08.22] Strafsache van Geldern (Director of Photography), Directed by Willi Wolf, with Elga Brink, Else Reval, Kurt Lilien,
1932: [/ /1] Das Geheimnis um Johann Orth (Director of Photography), Directed by Willi Wolff, with Paul Wegener, Paul Richter, Ellen Richter,
1932: [/ /1] Kampf um Blond (Director of Photography), Directed by Jaap Speyer, with Ursula Grabley, Herti Kirchner, Albert Lieven,
1932: [/ /1] The Return of Raffles (Director of Photography), Directed by Manfield Markham, with George Barraud, Camilla Horn,
1931: [] Die Abenteurerin von Tunis (Director of Photography),
1930: [06.30] Gigolo (Schöner Gigolo, armer Gigolo) (Director of Photography), Directed by Emmerich Hanus, with Betty Astor, Anita Dorris, Oscar Marion,
1930: [11.09] Ein Walzer im Schlafcoupé (Director of Photography), Directed by Fred Sauer, with Ernst Behmer, Fritz Schulz, Adele Sandrock,
1930: [] Ratten der Grosstadt (Director of Photography),
1930: [] Pariser Unterwelt (Director of Photography), with Elza Temáry, Carl Auen,
1930: [] Die grüne Laterne (Director of Photography),
1930: [] Zweimal Lux (Director of Photography),
1929: [] Schicksalswürfel (Director of Photography),
1929: [] Der Mann im Dunkel (Director of Photography),
1929: [] Tiere sehen dich an! (Director of Photography),
1928: [01.18] Der Kampf der Tertia (Director of Photography), Directed by Max Mack, with Erich Schönfelder, Fritz Greiner, Fritz Richard,
1928: [] Dornenweg einer Fürstin (Director of Photography),
1928: [] Das Grabmal einer grossen Liebe (Shiraz, Shiraz: A Romance of India) (Director of Photography), Directed by Franz Osten, with Himansu Rai, , Charu Roy,
1927: [09.27] Der goldene Abgrund (Director of Photography), Directed by Mario Bonnard, with Liane Haid, André Roanne, Claude Mérelle,
1927: [] Jokeren (Director of Photography), Directed by Georg Jacoby, with Elga Brink, Miles Mander, Renée Héribel,
1927: [] Die Geliebte seiner Hoheit (Director of Photography),
1927: [00.00] Das brennende Schiff (The Glass Boat) (Director of Photography), Directed by Constantin J. David, Jacqueline Milliet, with André Nox, Françoise Rosay, Eric Barclay,
1926: [/ /1] Insel der verbotenen Küsse (Director of Photography), Directed by Georg Jacoby, with Georg Alexander, Elga Brink, Georg Jacoby,
1926: [] Die Frau ohne Namen. 1. Teil (Director of Photography), Directed by Georg Jacoby, with Elga Brink, Magnus Stifter,
1926: [] Der Colonialskandal (Liebe im Rausch) (Director of Photography), Directed by Georg Jacoby, with Elga Brink,
1925: [02.11] Der Abenteurer (Director of Photography), Directed by Rudolf Walther-Fein, Rudolf Dworsky, with Harry Liedtke, Erna Morena, Margarete Schlegel,
1925: [09.25] Das alte Ballhaus - 1. Teil (Director of Photography), Directed by Wolfgang Neff, with Karl Beckersachs, , Siegfried Berisch,
1925: [09.25] Das alte Ballhaus - 2. Teil (Director of Photography), Directed by Wolfgang Neff, with Olga Tschechowa, Paul Lincke, Hans Junkermann,
1924: [01.09] Lumpen und Seide (Director of Photography), Directed by Richard Oswald, with Maly Delschaft, Mary Parker, Reinhold Schünzel,
1924: [09.25] Aelita (Aelita: Queen of Mars, Revolt of the Robots) (Director of Photography), Directed by Jakov Protazanov, with Julia Solntseva, Igor Ilinskij, ,
1924: [] Roman der Lilian Hawley (Director of Photography),
1923: [] Wettlauf ums Glück (Director of Photography),
1923: [] Frühlingsfluten (Director of Photography), Directed by Nikolai Malikoff, with Diana Karenne, Osip Runich, Lia Eibenschütz,
1922: [11.29] So sind die Männer (Director of Photography), Directed by Georg Jacoby, with Loni Pyrmont, Kurt Fuss, Paul Biensfeldt,
1922: [] Jenseits des Stromes (Director of Photography), Directed by Ludwig Czerny, with , Lyda Salmonova,
1922: [] Es kommt der Tag (Director of Photography), Directed by Karl Otto Krause, with Karl Beckersachs, Margit Barnay, Robert Scholz,
1921: [] Die Schatzkammer im See, Teil 1 - Brillantenmarder (Director of Photography), Directed by Hans Werckmeister, with Carl de Vogt, Cläry Lotto,
1921: [] Die Schatzkammer im See, Teil 2 - Der Klub der Zwölf (Director of Photography), Directed by Hans Werckmeister, with Carl de Vogt, Cläry Lotto,
1921: [] 8 Uhr 13 (Director of Photography),
1920: [10.25] Madame Recamier (Director of Photography), Directed by Joseph Delmont, with Victor Senger, Albert Steinrück, Doris Schlegel,
1920: [] Die Insel der Gezeichneten (Director of Photography), Directed by Joseph Delmont, with Irmgard Bern, Hermann Böttcher, Ernst Ludwig,
1920: [] Die lebende Fackel (Director of Photography),
1920: [. .1] Die entfesselte Menschheit (Director of Photography), Directed by Joseph Delmont, with Rosa Valetti, Georg John, Marion Illing,
1920: [01.02] Die Spinnen II - Das Brillantenschiff (Le Bateau au Diamants) (Director of Photography: --??--), Directed by Fritz Lang, with Carl Hoffmann, Carl de Vogt, Ressel Orla,
1919: [10.03] Der goldene See (Director of Photography), Directed by Fritz Lang, with Carl de Vogt, Ressel Orla, Lil Dagover,
1919: [10.23] Die Pest in Florenz (Director of Photography), Directed by Otto Rippert, with Theodor Becker, Marga von Kierska, Julietta Brandt,
1919: [10.09] Die Insel der Glücklichen (Director of Photography), Directed by Josef Coenen, with Paul Otto, , Werner Krauss,
1919: [04/03] Halbblut (Director of Photography), Directed by Fritz Lang, with Ressel Orla, Carl de Vogt, Carl Gerhard Schröder,
1919: [01/09] Der Herr der Liebe (The Master of Love) (Director of Photography), Directed by Fritz Lang, with Carl de Vogt, Sadjah Gezza, Fritz Lang,
1915: [] Ein Ausgestossener - 2. Teil: Der ewige Friede (Director of Photography), Directed by Arsen von Cserépy, with Theodor Burghardt, Sabine Impekoven, Vera Haeberlin,
1913: [11.14] S. 1. (Director of Photography), Directed by Urban Gad, with Siegward Gruder, Asta Nielsen, Charly Berger,
1913: [08.00] Heimat und Fremde (Director of Photography), Directed by Joe May, with Friedrich Kühne, Herr Lorenz, Emanuel Reicher,
1913: [03.14] Ein Ausgestossener - 1. Teil: Der junge Chef (Director of Photography), Directed by Joe May, Arsen von Cserépy, with Theodor Burghardt, Helene Janon, Gerhard Dammann,
1913: [03.14] Der schwarze Pierrot (Director of Photography), Directed by Harry Piel, with Leontine Kühnberg, ,
1913: [12.09] Die Suffragette (The Militant Suffragette) (Director of Photography), Directed by Urban Gad, with Asta Nielsen, Max Landa, Mary Scheller,
1912: [10.18] Das Mirakel (The Miracle, Sister Beatrice) (Director of Photography), Directed by Mime Misu, with Anton Ernst Rückert, Lore Giesen, Mime Misu,
1912: [08.17] In Nacht und Eis (Shipwrecked in Icebergs) (Director of Photography), Directed by Mime Misu, with Mime Misu, Anton Ernst Rückert, Otto Rippert,
1911: [09.30] Die Fahrt nach Hamburg (Director of Photography), Directed by Joe May, with Gustav Beer, ,
1910: [08.27] Graf Gallas (Director of Photography), Directed by Charles Decroix,
1910: [/ /1] Der Hühneraugen-Operateur aus Liebe (Director of Photography), Directed by Charles Decroix,
1910: [] Prinzesschen (Director of Photography), Directed by Walter Schmidthässler, with Alma Rubner, Ernst A. Becker, Paula Helmert,
1910: [04.22] Das Geheimnis der Toten (Director of Photography), Directed by Franz Porten, with Hugo Flink, Henny Porten, Rosa Porten,
1909: [10.05] Kerkerszene aus "Faust" (Director of Photography), Directed by Franz Porten, with Franz Porten, Henny Porten,
1909: [01.10] Herzensdieb (Director of Photography), Directed by Franz Porten,

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