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Ernst Fegté

Ernst Fegté



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Art Director (feature film)

The Amazing Transparent Man (1960) as Production Design
A gangster on the lam hooks up with a scientist who can make him invisible.
Hell Ship Mutiny (1957) as Art Director
Young and Dangerous (1957) as Art Director
Tommy Price (Mark Damon) is the leader of a gang of young thugs interested in thrills, hot rods and girls. His friends bet him he can't make it with 17-year-old Rosemary Clinton (Lili Gentle). Their date turns out badly and her parents (Dabbs Greer and Ann Doran) forbid her to see him again. They keep meeting, and the relationship changes him to the extent that he plans on going to college and changing his life, which delights his parents (Eddie Binns and Frances Mercer).
Monster from Green Hell (1957) as Production Design
The U.S. government is conducting experiements on the effects of exposure to space radiation by sending animals briefly into orbit. Following a malfunction, one of the rockets stays in space longer than planned, and is lost from the scientists' radar screens. Later, Dr. Brady, one of the rocket scientists, reads a news report about strange occurances in Central Africa. Theorizing that it may be the irradiated test wasp wreaking havoc in the jungle, he organizes an expedistion to investigate.
Stagecoach to Fury (1956) as Art Director
Mohawk (1956) as Production Design
When a Boston artist is commissioned to paint landscapes, he gets caught up in a land war between settlers and the Mohawks.
Actor's Blood and Woman of Sin (1952) as Production Design
Based on the true story of the 1987 Oxford University boat race mutiny and coach Dan Topolski's miraculous training of a haggard, rag-tag team into a winning outfit.
The Great Rupert (1950) as Production Design
A squirrel becomes the guardian angel for an impoverished family.
Destination Moon (1950) as Production Design
A crusading scientist defies the government to launch an expedition to the moon.
Canadian Pacific (1949) as Art Director
A railroad surveyor faces an Indian rebellion.
On Our Merry Way (1948) as Art Director
Oliver Pease gets a dose of courage from his wife Martha and tricks the editor of the paper (where he writes lost pet notices) into assigning him the day's roving question. Martha suggests, "Has a little child ever changed your life?" Oliver gets answers from two slow-talking musicians, an actress whose roles usually feature a sarong, and an itinerant cardsharp. In each case the "little child" is hardly innocent: in the first, a local auto mechanic's "baby" turns out to be fully developed as a woman and a musician; in the second, a spoiled child star learns kindness; in the third, the family of a lost brat doesn't want him returned. And Oliver, what becomes of him?
An Innocent Affair (1948) as Art Director
Doing business with an ex-flame drives an ad man''''s wife mad with jealousy.
Christmas Eve (1947) as Art Director
To save her fortune, an aging woman must reunite her three adopted sons.
Angel and the Badman (1947) as Production Design
When a Quaker girl nurses a notorious gunman back to health, he tries to adopt her peaceful ways.
I've Always Loved You (1946) as Prod des in col by
A conductor means to destroy the career of a former student, pianist Myra Hassman. Showing no mercy, he conspires to ruin her even as she wrestles with Rachmaninoff at Carnegie Hall.
Specter of the Rose (1946) as Production Design
Ballet dancer Sanine may have murdered his first wife. A detective thinks so, and he's not the only one. Sanine is charming, if a little peculiar. Haidi, a ballerina, marries him. The company takes its new production on tour. But Sanine's control seems to be slipping...
Mr. Ace (1946) as Production Design
Margaret Wyndham Chase (Sylvia Sidney) wants to run for governor and approches Eddie Ace (George Raft), local political kingmaker/fringe gangster, to get his support. Ace's belief is that "beautiful women and politics do not mix" and he declines to help. She decides to play the game rough-and-tough without him, but he shows he is even rougher-and-tougher, and she gives up and withdraws from the race. But Ace has fallen in love with her at about the 45-minute mark and, with his new-found ardor for clean politics, he makes some (unclean) manipulations behind the scenes, and she is picked to run on an independent good-government ticket.
And Then There Were None (1945) as Art Director
Guests at a remote island mansion realize a crazed killer is stalking them.
Wonder Man (1945) as Art Director
A murdered nightclub star possesses a mild-mannered look-alike to bring his killers to justice.
The Princess and the Pirate (1944) as Art Director
A cowardly knight rescues a disguised princess from pirates.
The Uninvited (1944) as Art Director
A brother and sister buy a house with a ghostly secret.
Frenchman's Creek (1944) as Art Director
A British noblewoman flees the life of the court to run off with a French pirate.
The Great Moment (1944) as Art Director
A 19th-century dentist sets out to find a painless method for pulling teeth in this true story.
The Miracle of Morgan's Creek (1944) as Art Director
During World War II, a 4F tries to help the woman he loves cover up a surprise pregnancy.
Five Graves to Cairo (1943) as Art Director
A British corporal goes undercover to infiltrate Field Marshall Rommel's command.
Young and Willing (1943) as Art Director
Aspiring actors sharing a New York apartment follow a strict "no romance" policy.
Riding High (1943) as Art Director
Star Spangled Rhythm (1943) as Art Director
Pop, a security guard at Paramount has told his son that he's the head of the studio. When his son arrives in Hollywood on shore leave with his buddies, Pop enlists the aid of the studio's dizzy switchboard operator in pulling off the charade. Things get more complicated when Pop agrees to put together a show for the Navy starring Paramount's top contract players.
I Married a Witch (1942) as Art Director
A 300-year-old witch wreaks havoc when she falls in love with a young politician.
Lucky Jordan (1942) as Art Director
A racketeer struggles to adjust to military life after he''''s drafted.
The Palm Beach Story (1942) as Art Director
To finance her husband's career, a married woman courts an eccentric millionaire.
The Fleet's In (1942) as Art Director
Sailors bet on a shy shipmate''''s ability to romance an aloof nightclub singer.
The Lady Eve (1941) as Art Director
A lady cardsharp tries to con an eccentric scientist only to fall for him.
Bahama Passage (1941) as Art Director
Kiss the Boys Goodbye (1941) as Art Director
One Night in Lisbon (1941) as Art Director
Virginia (1941) as Art Director
Birth of the Blues (1941) as Art Director
Jeff grows up near Basin Street in New Orleans, playing his clarinet with the dock workers. He puts together a band, the Basin Street Hot-Shots, which includes a cornet player, Memphis. They struggle to get their jazz music accepted by the cafe society of the city. Betty Lou joins their band as a singer and gets Louie to show her how to do scat singing. Memphis and Jeff both fall in love with Betty Lou.
Sing You Sinners (1938) as Art Director
A brother act is broken up by one sibling''''s devotion to gambling.
College Swing (1938) as Art Director
In 1738, a pact is drawn up between the Alden family and a highly respected Colonial college: If any female member of the family can pass her college exams within a 200-year period, ownership of the institution will be turned over to her. Two hundred years later in 1938, the last of the Alden girls, Gracie Alden hires Bud Brady to help her pass her exams. She also tries to win over no-nonsense professor Hubert Dash, who has no intention of handing his college over to a ditzy young lady like Gracie.
You and Me (1938) as Art Director
The Big Broadcast of 1938 (1938) as Art Director
A radio announcer tries to juggle musical acts and his ex-wives while broadcasting from an ocean liner.
Artists and Models Abroad (1938) as Art Director
I Met Him in Paris (1937) as Art Director
Kay Denham is off for a 'fling' in Paris, leaving her staid suitor Berk behind. There, she meets two new suitors, Gene and George. Gene smooth-talks her into a junket to Switzerland, but George (with no illusions about his friend) appoints himself chaperone. Through a series of slapstick winter sports, Kay remains puzzled about George's disapproval of Gene...but there's a reason.
Champagne Waltz (1937) as Art Director
Easy Living (1937) as Art Director
When a working girl tries to return a lost fur coat, she gets caught up in a wealthy family''''s battles.
Exclusive (1937) as Art Director
Princess Comes Across (1936) as Art Director
A Brooklyn girl masquerades as a princess to land a Hollywood contract.
The General Died at Dawn (1936) as Art Director
In revolution-torn China, American mercenary O'Hara is entrusted with a perilous mission, to get arms for the helpless authorities in a province ravaged by warlord General Yang. On the train to Shanghai, he meets Judy Perrie, whose father is in league with Yang. Will Judy regret agreeing to lure O'Hara to his doom, and if so, can she make it up to him? The balance of power seesaws to a perilous conclusion.
Death Takes a Holiday (1934) as Art Director
Death goes on vacation to learn about mortal life -- and love.
Here Is My Heart (1934) as Art Director
Murder at the Vanities (1934) as Art Director
Shortly before the curtain goes up the first time at the latest performance of Earl Carroll's Vanities, someone is attempting to injure the leading lady Ann Ware, who wants to marry leading man Eric Lander. Stage manager in charge Jack Ellery calls in his friend, policeman Bill Murdock, to help him investigate. Bill thinks Jack if offering to let him see the show from an unusual view point, after he forgot to get him tickets for the performance, but then they find the corpse of a murdered women. Bill suspects Eric of the crime, especially, after the second female lead Rita Ross told him she saw the women leaving from Eric's room. Then Rita is shot onstage with Eric's gun. Jack and Bill decide not to stop the show, but Bill preparing to arrest Eric. Is he on the right track ?
Big Executive (1933) as Art Director

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