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The Armored Vault (1926)
"Das Panzergewölbe" (original title)

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Ernst Reicher ...
Johannes Riemann ...
Elgin
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Ellen, Frau Elgin (as Imogene Robertson)
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Cracker
Aud Egede-Nissen ...
Ronna
Sig Arno ...
Sandy (as Siegfried Arno)
Max Gülstorff ...
Craigh
Hugo Fischer-Köppe ...
Bobby
Julius E. Herrmann ...
Der Dicke
Hadrian Maria Netto ...
Der Elegante
Erich Kaiser-Titz ...
Der Brutale
Paul Rehkopf ...
Der Künstler
Fritz Rulard ...
Der Ingenieur
Louis Brody ...
Der Chauffeur (as Lewis Brody)
Ernst Behmer ...
Diener
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Expressionist melodrama
7 June 2007 | by (Canada) – See all my reviews

I called "Diary of a Lost Girl" popular entertainment when I saw it recently, and so is this admittedly eccentric spy caper, but unlike Pabst's masterpiece there is zero going on underneath the surface. Its tale of a diabolical counterfeit ring and the lives it ensnares is basically expressionist melodrama, with only incidental nuances to elevate it. I admit I lost a couple minutes to sleep around the one hour mark. Aside from some very memorable closeups, there are only two really outstanding things about it: Siegfried Arno - the dance-lesson guy from Lost Girl without the beard! - in another wacky turn as the master criminal who gets caught out; and one of the stupidest twist endings of all time, where a completely over-the-top, fifteen-minute suspense finale turns out to be 'only a dream'! When that happened I wanted to smash something!!


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