W. Franke Harling

Composer - USA
Borndate unknown

The day of birth of W. Franke Harling is not on record. He is an American Composer, known for The bitter tea of general Yen (1933), The Scarlet Empress (1934), Trouble in Paradise (1932), W. Franke Harling's first movie on record is from 1930. His last motion picture on file dates from 1934.

W. Franke Harling Filmography [Auszug]
1934: [] The Scarlet Empress (Composer), Directed by Josef von Sternberg, with Marlene Dietrich, Sam Jaffe, Louise Dresser,
1933: [] The bitter tea of general Yen (Composer), Directed by Frank Capra, with Nils Asther, Walter Connolly, Gavin Gordon,
1933: [05.04] The Kiss before the mirror (Composer), Directed by James Whale, with Nancy Carroll, Frank Morgan, Paul Lukas,
1932: [10.21] Trouble in Paradise (Composer), Directed by Ernst Lubitsch, with Herbert Marshall, Miriam Hopkins, Kay Francis,
1932: [] Shanghai Express (Composer), Directed by Josef von Sternberg, with Marlene Dietrich, Clive Brook, Anna May Wong,
1932: [] One Way Passage (Composer), Directed by Tay Garnett, with William Powell, Kay Francis, Aline MacMahon,
1932: [] Broken Lullaby (The Man I killed) (Composer), Directed by Ernst Lubitsch, with Lionel Barrymore, Nancy Carroll, Phillips Holmes,
1930: [] Monte Carlo (MonteCarlo) (Composer), Directed by Ernst Lubitsch, with Jeanette MacDonald, Claude Allister, Tyler Brooke,

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