Gottfried Huppertz (* March 11, 1887 in Cologne, † February 7, 1937 in Berlin) was a German composer, singer, actor and conductor. He wrote the score for Fritz Lang's "Metropolis".
Gottfried Huppertz was born in Köln, Germany on March 11, 1887. There He studied music in a conservatory, and in 1905 wrote his first composition, a song titled "Rankende Rosen" (Tendrillar Roses), which he dedicated to his childhood friend Rudolf Klein-Rogge. Huppertz, around 1918 Gottfried Huppertz in Fritz Lang's Dr. MabuseDuring WWI Huppertz…
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