Otto Hunte

Art Director - Germany
Born January 9, 1881 in Hamburg
Died December 28, 1960 in Potsdam-Babelsberg

Mini-Biography:
Otto Hunte was born under the given name Otto Joachim Gottlieb Hunte on January 9, 1881 in Hamburg. He was a German Art Director, known for Der goldene See (1919), Die Spinnen II - Das Brillantenschiff (1920), Das wandernde Bild (1920), Otto Hunte's first movie on record is from 1919. Otto Hunte died on December 28, 1960 in Potsdam-Babelsberg . His last motion picture on file dates from 1947.
Biographical Notes in German: Nach anderen Quellen 1883 geboren.

Otto Hunte Filmography [Auszug]
1947: [05.02] Razzia (Police Raid) (Art Director: (AKA O. Hunte)), Directed by Werner Klingler, with Paul Bildt, Elly Burgmer, ,
1940: [09.05] Jud Süss (Art Director), Directed by Veit Harlan, with Ferdinand Marian, Kristina Söderbaum, Heinrich George,
1936: [02.11] Die Kreutzersonate (Art Director), Directed by Veit Harlan, with Bruno Ziener, Edith Linn, Hilde Körber,
1935: [06.05] Mach' mich glücklich (Art Director), Directed by Arthur Robison, with Else Elster, Ursula Grabley, Albert Lieven,
1932: [01.04] Eine Tür geht auf (Art Director), Directed by Alfred Zeisler, with , Fritz Odemar, Paul Moleska,
1931: [03.23] Und das ist die Hauptsache (Art Director), Directed by Joe May, with Nora Gregor, , Harry Liedtke,
1930: [01.04] Der blaue Engel (The blue Angel) (Art Director), Directed by Josef von Sternberg, with Marlene Dietrich, Emil Jannings, Hans Albers,
1929: [10.15] Die Frau im Mond (By Rocket to the Moon) (Art Director), Directed by Fritz Lang, with Gerda Maurus, Willy Fritsch, Klaus Pohl,
1928: [03.22] Spione (Spies) (Art Director), Directed by Fritz Lang, with Grete Berger, Ferdinand von Alten, Louis Ralph,
1927: [] Die Liebe der Jeanne Ney (The Love of Jeanne Ney) (Art Director), Directed by Georg Wilhelm Pabst, with Edith Jehanne, Uno Henning, Fritz Rasp,
1926: [01.10] Metropolis (Art Director), Directed by Fritz Lang, with Brigitte Helm, Rudolf Klein-Rogge, Alfred Abel,
1924: [] Die Nibelungen I - Siegfrieds Tod (Art Director), Directed by Fritz Lang, with Bernhard Goetzke, Ernst Legal, Theodor Loos,
1922: [04.27] Dr. Mabuse der Spieler - Spieler aus Leidenschaft (Dr. Mabuse, der Spieler (Teil 1), Dr. Mabuse, the gambler (Part 1), The Great Gambler, A picture of our time) (Art Director), Directed by Fritz Lang, with Julietta Brandt, Rudolf Klein-Rogge, Georg John,
1922: [] Dr. Mabuse der Spieler - Inferno des Verbrechens (Dr. Mabuse, der Spieler (Teil 2), Dr. Mabuse, the Gambler (Part 2)) (Art Director), Directed by Fritz Lang, with Julietta Brandt, Paul Richter, Aud Egede-Nissen,
1921: [] Das Indische Grabmal: Die Sendung des Yoghi (Art Director), Directed by Joe May, with Olaf Fønss, Mia May, Conrad Veidt,
1921: [11.17] Der Tiger von Eschnapur (Art Director), Directed by Joe May, with Olaf Fønss, Mia May, Conrad Veidt,
1921: [10/22] Die Sendung des Yoghi (Art Director), Directed by Joe May, with Olaf Fønss, Mia May, Conrad Veidt,
1921: [03/11] Der Leidensweg der Inge Kraft (Art Director), Directed by Robert Dinesen, with Mia May, Albert Steinrück, Conrad Veidt,
1921: [01.21] Die Frauen von Gnadenstein (Art Director), Directed by Robert Dinesen, Joe May, with Grete Diercks, Hedy Searle, Margarete Schön,
1920: [12.25] Das wandernde Bild (Art Director), Directed by Fritz Lang, with Mia May, Hans Marr, Rudolf Klein-Rogge,
1920: [02.00] Die Herrin der Welt, Teil 8 - Die Rache der Maud Fergusson (Art Director), Directed by Joe May, with Mia May, Hans Mierendorff, Ernst Hofmann,
1920: [01.02] Die Spinnen II - Das Brillantenschiff (Le Bateau au Diamants) (Art Director), Directed by Fritz Lang, with Carl Hoffmann, Carl de Vogt, Ressel Orla,
1919: [10.03] Der goldene See (Art Director), Directed by Fritz Lang, with Carl de Vogt, Ressel Orla, Lil Dagover,
1919: [01.16] Die Herrin der Welt, Teil 6 - Die Frau mit den Milliarden (Art Director), Directed by Uwe Jens Krafft, with Mia May, Paul Hansen, Wilhelm Diegelmann,
1919: [01.09] Die Herrin der Welt, Teil 5 - Ophir, die Stadt der Vergangenheit (Art Director), Directed by Uwe Jens Krafft, with Mia May, Michael Bohnen, Paul Hansen,
1919: [12.26] Die Herrin der Welt, Teil 4 - König Makombe (Art Director), Directed by Uwe Jens Krafft, with Mia May, Michael Bohnen, ,
1919: [12.19] Die Herrin der Welt, Teil 3 - Der Rabbi von Kuan-Fu (The Mistress of the World, Part Three: The City of Gold) (Art Director), Directed by Joe May, with Mia May, Michael Bohnen, ,
1919: [12.12] Die Herrin der Welt, Teil 2 - Die Geschichte der Maud Gregaards (The Mistress of the World - Number Two: The Race for Life) (Art Director), Directed by Joe May, with Mia May, Michael Bohnen, ,
1919: [12.05] Die Herrin der Welt, Teil 1 - Die Freundin des gelben Mannes (Art Director), Directed by Joe May, with Mia May, Michael Bohnen, ,

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