Fritz Lang filmography
Fritz Lang (1890–1976) was an Austrian film director, producer and screenwriter. In Lang's early career he worked primarily as a screenwriter, finishing film scripts in four to five days. Lang directed major German films of the silent and early sound eras including respectively Metropolis (1927) and M (1931). After fleeing from the Nazi regime, Lang directed some of the most important American crime and film noir motion pictures of the studio era, such as The Big Heat (1953). Lang's final film work was an acting role as himself in Jean-Luc Godard's Contempt (Le Mepris, 1963). Lang returned to the United States to live out his remaining years.
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