von Sternberg

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United States film maker (born in Austria) whose films made Marlene Dietrich an international star (1894-1969)

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Houston, Texas based Whittington, von Sternberg, Emerson & Wilsher, L.
Whittington, von Sternberg, Emerson & Wilsher has substantial experience representing investors in securities fraud class action lawsuits such as this.
The film, directed by Josef von Sternberg (``The Blue Angel'') and starring Charles Laughton as Claudius, was partially shot but abandoned unfinished.
But Megan L Benton focuses on America in the post-World War One era - the period of Gatsby, William Randolph Hearst, Chaplin, Swanson and Von Sternberg, limousines by Duesenberg, Packard and Cord with houses which reflected the American Art Nouveau movement designed by the architects Greene and Greene.
The plaintiffs are represented by the law firm of Whittington, von Sternberg, Emerson & Wilsher, L.
Carl von Sternberg said, "the management team at Allen exceeds in experience and ability that of all of my previous entrepreneurial ventures.
Among the directors she worked with were Rouben Mamoulian in ``City Streets,'' 1931; Josef von Sternberg in ``An American Tragedy,'' 1931; Alfred Hitchcock in ``Sabotage'' (also called ``A Woman Alone''), 1936; William Wyler in ``Dead End,'' 1937; and Fritz Lang in ``Fury,'' 1936; ``You Only Live Once,'' 1937; and ``You and Me,'' 1938.
Hitchcock and other master directors such as Ernst Lubitsch and Josef von Sternberg went beyond that form, building on the visual artistry of the silent era to usher in a golden age of movies.
Houston, Texas-based law firm Whittington, von Sternberg, Emerson & Wilsher, L.
According to Carl von Sternberg, the CEO of HSI, "SSC has served the federal logistics community with distinction for more than three decades.
Director Josef von Sternberg and director-producer Dudley Murphy were among his celebrity patrons.
The lawsuit was filed by the law firm Whittington, von Sternberg, Emerson & Wilsher, LLP on behalf of persons who purchased USL securities in the open market during the period May 28, 1998 through August 25, 1999.
HSI CEO Carl von Sternberg credits HSI's experienced management team, strong technical staff and innovative solutions with the company's 254 percent revenue growth from 1997-2001.