Leo Leux

Leo Leux
Born 7 March 1893
Munich, Bavaria
German Empire
Died 8 September 1951 (1951-09-09) (aged 58)
West Berlin
West Germany
Other names Gottlieb Leuchs
Occupation Composer
Years active 1930 - 1951 (film)

Leo Leux (7 March 1893 – 8 September 1951) was a German composer of film scores. He began working on films during the Weimar Republic, following the introduction of sound films. During the Nazi era, Leux worked largely on entertainment films such as Truxa (1937)[1] as well more ideogically-oriented films such as Venus on Trial (1941).[2] He continued to work in cinema following World War II , right up to his death in 1951.

Selected filmography


  1. Waldman p.152
  2. Waldman p.153


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