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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
Bernhard Goetzke ...
Adrian Levinsky
Loni Nest ...
Prinzessin Maria als Kind
Martin Herzberg ...
Michael Caviol als Kind
Rosa Valetti ...
Maries Grossmutter / Grandmother
Dora Bergner ...
Herzogin / Duchess
Fritz Alberti ...
Maler / Painter
Robert Leffler ...
Leidner
Alexander Murski ...
Vollmark
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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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Die Prinzessin und der Geiger  »

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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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