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  1. Ernst Lubitsch (/ ˈ l uː b ɪ tʃ /; January 29, 1892 – November 30, 1947) was a German-born American film director, producer, writer, and actor.His urbane comedies of manners gave him the reputation of being Hollywood's most elegant and sophisticated director; as his prestige grew, his films were promoted as having "the Lubitsch touch".

  2. modifier Ernst Lubitsch est un réalisateur américain d'origine allemande , également acteur au début de sa carrière, né le 29 janvier 1892 à Berlin , émigré aux États-Unis en 1922 , et mort le 30 novembre 1947 à Bel Air (Los Angeles). Réalisateur prolifique, il a tourné plus d'une cinquantaine de films en trente ans. Il a marqué l'histoire du cinéma par ses comédies, avec ...

  3. Ernst Lubitsch (IPA: [ˈlubiʧ]) (Berlino, 28 gennaio 1892 – Los Angeles, 30 novembre 1947) è stato un regista, attore, sceneggiatore e produttore cinematografico tedesco naturalizzato statunitense, noto per aver contribuito, anche in virtù del suo caratteristico tocco, a segnare un'epoca per il cinema statunitense; è stato tra i primi registi ad avere l'onore di vedere il suo nome ...

  4. The Doll: Directed by Ernst Lubitsch. With Max Kronert, Hermann Thimig, Victor Janson, Marga Köhler. Forced into marriage by his uncle, a man decides to fool him by marrying a life-like mechanical doll instead.

  5. To Be or Not to Be: Directed by Ernst Lubitsch. With Carole Lombard, Jack Benny, Robert Stack, Felix Bressart. During the Nazi occupation of Poland, an acting troupe becomes embroiled in a Polish soldier's efforts to track down a German spy.

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  7. The critical consensus states: "Deftly directed by Ernst Lubitsch from a smart, funny script by Samson Raphaelson, The Shop Around the Corner is a romantic comedy in the finest sense of the term." [9] Dave Kehr argued Lubitsch makes "brilliant deployment of point of view , allowing the audience to enter the perceptions of each character at exactly the right moment to develop maximum sympathy ...