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Arnold Pressburger

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Arnold Pressburger
Born(1885-08-27)27 August 1885
Died17 February 1951(1951-02-17) (aged 65)
Hamburg, Germany
OccupationFilm producer
Years active1913-1951
ChildrenFred Pressburger (1915-1998)

Arnold Pressburger (27 August 1885 – 17 February 1951) was an Austrian Jewish[1] film producer who produced more than 70 films between 1913 and 1951. Pressburger was born in Pressburg, Austria-Hungary (now Bratislava, Slovakia) and died in Hamburg, Germany from a stroke.

In 1932, he set up the production company Cine-Allianz with Gregor Rabinovitch. The company enjoyed commercial success, but was subsequently expropriated from them by the Nazi government of Germany as part of the anti-Jewish policy. He was not related to the Hungarian British filmmaker Emeric Pressburger.

He fled to England, and then to the U.S.A., via France. He produced movies in both France and the UK. He arrived in Hollywood in 1941. There, he founded 'Arnold Pressburger Films', a banner under which he was able to release more films.

He was the father of Fred Pressburger, also in the film business.

Arnold died at the age of 65, while the shooting of his last-produced film, 'Der Verlorene' was underway.

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Partial filmography

References

  1. ^ Kronfeld, Martin (2012). "Židia". In Myrtil Nagy (ed.). Naše národnostné menšiny. Šamorín: Fórum inštitút pre výskum menšín. p. 23. ISBN 978-80-89249-57-2.

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