Fritz Lang, Continued

Ferguson, Otis
July 1941
New Republic;7/7/41, Vol. 105 Issue 1, p21
Presents a brief sketch of the professional life of motion picture director Fritz Lang. Guidance offered to Lang by producer Erich Pommer in the German film industry; Information on some motion pictures directed by Lang including "The Weary Death," "The Niebelungs," "The Girl in the Mirror" and "M"; Popularity of the motion picture "M" in the U.S.; Discussion of lynching scene in the motion picture "Fury"; Apprehension expressed by Lang on his new movie "Man Hunt."


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