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The Blackguard (1925)
"Die Prinzessin und der Geiger" (original title)

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A French violinist saves his beloved princess from the Russian revolution, of which his former tutor is the leader.

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Cast

Credited cast:
Jane Novak ...
Prinzessin Maria Idourska / Princess Marie Idourska
Walter Rilla ...
Michael Caviol
Frank Stanmore ...
Pompouard
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Adrian Levinsky
Loni Nest ...
Prinzessin Maria als Kind
Martin Herzberg ...
Michael Caviol als Kind
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Maries Grossmutter / Grandmother
Dora Bergner ...
Herzogin / Duchess
Fritz Alberti ...
Maler / Painter
Robert Leffler ...
Leidner
Alexander Murski ...
Vollmark
Rest of cast listed alphabetically:
Robert Scholz ...
Grossfürst Paul / Grandduke Paul
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A French violinist saves his beloved princess from the Russian revolution, of which his former tutor is the leader.

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26 October 1925 (UK)  »

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El bribón  »

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The 26 Year Old Alfred Hitchcock
16 September 2003 | by (London, England) – See all my reviews

Hitchcock continues his tradition of adapting novels and plays by bringing Raymond Paton's novel to the screen. Having read the novel myself, I don't know what Hitchcock saw in it, and then watching the film was just another mundane chore. His early films have not made my personal video library.


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