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He was a proponent of formalist film theory. This collaboration continued with the scenario for the ballet The Wooden Prince. In Vienna he became a prolific writer of film reviews. A popular consultant, he wrote the screenplay for G. Pabst 's film of Die Dreigroschenoper , which became the object of a scandal and lawsuit by Brecht who admitted to not reading the script during production. His last years were marked by petty vexations at home and ever increasing recognition in the German-speaking world. In , he received the most distinguished prize in Hungary , the Kossuth Prize.
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