Theodor Sparkuhl (b. October 7, 1894: Hannover, Germany - d. June 13, 1946: Los Angeles, California) was a German-born cinematographer with over 100 movies to his credit. He was educated at the University of Göttingen and the University of Bonn. His films include The Glass Key (1942) and St. Louis Blues (1939) with Dorothy Lamour and Lloyd Nolan.
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