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Gustav Ucicky (1898–1961)


Gustav Ucicky was born on July 6, 1898 in Vienna, Austria-Hungary. He was a director and cinematographer, known for The Stationmaster (1940), Refugees (1933) and The Broken Jug (1937). He was married to Betty Bird. He died on April 27, 1961 in Hamburg, Germany. See full bio »

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(age 62) in Hamburg, Germany

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Known For

(1940)
Refugees Director
(1933)
The Broken Jug Director
(1937)
Homecoming Director
(1941)

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As late as 1940, he was still a respected name among American critics in New York City, with his drama A Mother's Love receiving high praise for his direction. See more »

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