Kurt Schröder

Intro Composer
A.K.A. Курт Шредер, Шредер, Курт, Курт Шрёдер
Was Musician Composer Conductor Film score composer
From Germany
Type Film, Television, Stage and Radio Music
Gender male
Birth 6 September 1888, Hagenow, Germany
Death 5 January 1962, Frankfurt am Main, Germany (aged 73 years)
Star sign Virgo

Kurt Schröder (1888–1962) was a German composer. Schröder composed a number of film scores. During the 1930s he worked in Britain for Alexander Korda's London Film Productions, and scored the company's breakthrough hit The Private Life of Henry VIII in 1933.

Selected filmography

Who Takes Love Seriously? (1931) Der Mörder Dimitri Karamasoff (1931) The Trunks of Mr. O.F. (1931) Where Is This Lady? (1932) Wedding Rehearsal (1932) Men of Tomorrow (1932) The Song You Gave Me (1933) Mirages de Paris (1933) Cash (1933) Red Wagon (1933) The Girl from Maxim's (1933) The Private Life of Henry VIII. (1933) On Secret Service (1933) Black Roses (1935) Escapade (1936) Uncle Bräsig (1936) Seven Slaps (1937) Fanny Elssler (1937) Triad (1938) The Scapegoat (1940) The Girl at the Reception (1940) Twilight (1940) Der laufende Berg (1941) Der Posaunist (1949)

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