Edgar G. Ulmer Overview:

Director, Edgar G. Ulmer, was born Edgar George Ulmer on Sep 17, 1904 in Olomouc, Austria-Hungary. G. Ulmer died at the age of 68 on Sep 30, 1972 in Woodland Hills, Los Angeles .



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While at the poverty row Producers Releasing Corporation (PRC), he became the de facto head of production, overseeing productions by other directors and aiding the president of the company in planning the year's production schedule.

Despite being the resident "artist" at PRC, after signing his long-term contract with the studio it immediately assigned Ulmer to direct a series of short subjects produced by the R. Wolff Advertising Agency for Coca-Cola. The project took some five months and kept him busy while the studio was involved in a substantial upgrade resulting from its purchase of various bankrupt properties along "Poverty Row".

Ulmer's father was a soldier in the Austro-Hungarian army during World War I and was killed in battle in 1916, when Ulmer was just 12 years old.

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