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Gertrud Hinz

Gertrud Hinz
Born8 July 1912
Died1 September 1996 (aged 84)
Other namesGertrud Hinz-Nischwitz
Years active1937–1971

Gertrud Hinz (8 July 1912 – 1 September 1996) was a German film editor. She was married to the cinematographer Theo Nischwitz and was sometimes credited as Gertrud Hinz-Nischwitz. She edited more than sixty films and television series during her career. In the Nazi era she edited the anti-British adventure film Uproar in Damascus (1939) and the war film Bloodbrotherhood (1941).[1]

Selected filmography


  1. ^ Giesen p.189


  • Giesen, Rolf. Nazi propaganda films. McFarland & Co, 2003.

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