Actor and assistant cameraman turned editor, who made his mark on such films as F.W. Murnau's landmark silent, "Sunrise" (1927), and the delightful love story, "Zoo in Budapest" (1933). Schuster made an encouraging directorial debut in the late 1930s but turned out mostly unremarkable features until defecting to TV in the 1950s.
Director (Feature Film)
Editing (Feature Film)
Directorial debut "Wings of the Morning"