Fritz Maurischat (April 27, 1893 - December 11, 1986) was a German production designer. He made his film debut in 1924. Over the next 38 years, he worked on over 70 films, all of them in his native Germany.
He earned an Oscar nomination in 1953 for his work on the film Martin Luther, an American film about Martin Luther made in Germany. He is also noted as the Art Director for the 1943 Nazi propaganda film Titanic.
- Taxi at Midnight (1929)
- The Ship of Lost Souls (1929)
- The Night Without Pause (1931)
- The Rebel (1932)
- The Page from the Dalmasse Hotel (1933)
- Little Girl, Great Fortune (1933)
- Anna and Elizabeth (1933)
- Love's Awakening (1953)
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