Definition of Lubitsch
1. Noun. German filmmaker of sophisticated comedies (1892-1947).
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Literary usage of Lubitsch
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1. Motion Picture Directing: The Facts and Theories of the Newest Art by Peter Milne, New York institute of photography (1922)
"... CHAPTER XXIII ERNST Lubitsch: GERMAN DIRECTOR Lubitsch, on his first visit to American shores, gives some few of his ideas on picture directing. ..."
2. Cinema Craftsmanship: A Book for Photoplaywrights by Frances Taylor Patterson (1921)
"... Shaw's " The Man of Destiny," Drinkwater's " Abraham Lincoln," and " Mary Stuart," and the photoplays of Ernst Lubitsch, " Passion" and " Deception. ..."
3. Berlinby Jack Altman by Jack Altman (2000)
"Berlin cinema was at its height, and Hollywood could scarcely wait to get its hands on directors like Fritz Lang and Ernst Lubitsch. ..."
4. Berlin, Potsdam by Anne Moller (2001)
"Lubitsch, Bleibtreustrasse 47, tel: 8 82 37 56; Mon-Sat 9:00 am-midnight, Sun 6:00 pm-midnight. Mövenpick in Europa Center, tel: 2 64 76 30; ..."