Knowledge Identifier: +Edgar_G._Ulmer
Ulmer came to Hollywood with Murnau in 1926 to assist with the art direction on "Sunrise"
Herschel Bernardi - In the 1930s, Bernardi appeared in the Yiddish films of Edgar G. Ulmer and was later among those actors who made the transition from Yiddish-speaking roles in film to American films
In 1947, Ulmer made "Carnegie Hall" with the help of conductor Fritz Reiner, godfather of the Ulmers' daughter, Arianné
Ulmer died in 1972 in Woodland Hills, California, after a crippling stroke
Commemorating the 30th anniversary of his death, a three-day symposium of lectures and screenings was held at New York City's New School in November 2002
In 2005, researcher Bernd Herzogenrath uncovered the address where Ulmer was born in Olomouc