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Friedrich Wilhelm "F. W." Murnau (December 28, 1888 – March 11, 1931) was one of the most influential German film directors of the silent era, and a prominent figure in the expressionist movement in German cinema during the 1920s. Although some of Murnau's films have been lost, most still survive.
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|1||Murnau, Borzage and Fox (2008)||Himself (archival footage) (uncredited)||-|
|2||Tabu (1931)||Director / Writer||-|
|3||Sunrise: A Song of Two Humans (1927)||Dancer (uncredited)||8.7|
|4||Sunrise: A Song of Two Humans (1927)||Director / Writer||8.7|
|5||Faust (1926)||Director / Writer||6.7|
|6||The Last Laugh (1924)||Director / Writer||7|
|7||Nosferatu (1922)||Director / Writer||8|
|8||The Haunted Castle (1921)||Director / Writer||-|