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 (lo͞o′bĭch), Ernst 1892-1947.
German filmmaker whose sophisticated comedies include Trouble in Paradise (1932) and Ninotchka (1939).

Lubitsch

(ˈluːbɪtʃ)
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(Biography) Ernst. 1890–1947, US film director, born in Germany; best known for such sophisticated comedies as Forbidden Paradise (1924) and Ninotchka (1939)
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Among them are films from well-known names like Fritz Lang, Friedrich Wilhelm Murnau, Georg Wilhelm Pabst and Ernst Lubitsch.
En la primera parte, Franz es la adaptacion casi literal de Broken Lullaby (1932) de Ernest Lubitsch, basada a su vez en la obra de 1925 del frances Maurice Rostand (prolifico escritor hijo de Edmond); la segunda parte, que ocurre en Paris, proviene por completo de la imaginacion del director.
I'll see your Cukor, Lubitsch and Wilder, but I'll raise you Sturges, Ford, Hawks, Hitchcock, and Capra.
De Mille, Ernst Lubitsch, Howard Hawks, Alfred Hitchcock, John Ford, Fritz Lang, Max Ophuls, Douglas Sirk, Raoul Walsh, Jacques Tourneur, Josef von Sternberg, Orson Welles, Nicholas Ray, Samuel Fuller, and Jerry Lewis; the origins and development of auteur cinephilia and examples of films capturing sublime moments; and the changing nature of Hollywood and the auteur from the late 1970s, with the rise of directors like George Lucas and Steven Spielberg.
Mas conocida es por la adaptacion cinematografica del director Ernst Lubitsch, de 1932, bajo el titulo de Remordimiento, de un marcado tono pacifista.
McCormick argues that Lubitsch paid close attention to German affairs beyond the film industry and reads The Man I Killed as a dark premonition of the coming persecution of Jews under the Nazis and a call for pacifism.
Florence Foster Jenkins" the comedy-drama about the New York socialite who thought she was a great soprano, marked his fifth collaboration with British director Stephen Frears, whom he considers the modern successor to Billy Wilder and Ernst Lubitsch.
Popular venues and chains such as Bar Lubitsch, Blue Plate Oysterette, Candela Taco Bar & Restaurant, The Den Salon, The Fat Dog, The Improv, kitchen24, Simply Coffee and Tom's have stepped up and offered their commitment.
In his introduction, Peary positions Fuller in his special satellite orbiting Planet Cinema, rescuing him from "The Far Side of Paradise," Andrew Sarris' category in The American Cinema for directors such as Frank Borzage, Frank Capra, George Cukor, Anthony Mann, Vincente Minnelli, and Nicholas Ray who do not merit a place in the Pantheon with Chaplin, Ford, Hawks, Hitchcock, Lang, and Lubitsch "either because of a fragmentation of their personal vision or because of disruptive career problems" (83).
Charlie Chaplin, Ernst Lubitsch and the "South Park'' guys have all tried before to find comedy in the shadow of evil and thereby do a little to disarm it.
In fact, during the mid 1930s, the director of sophisticated comedies, Ernst Lubitsch, even was appointed Paramount's production manager.
Many of its stars such as Bela Lugosi, director Ernst Lubitsch, Conrad Veidt, Pola Negri and more left for America and England perhaps realising, as Jewish actors, that the death camps were already building gas chambers.