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Der Draufgänger (1931)

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(novel), (screenplay collaboration) (as Josef Than)
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Sigurd Lohde ...
Fred Patterson, ein reicher Amerikaner
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Gloria - seine Freundin
Ernst Stahl-Nachbaur ...
George Brown aka Mac Born (as E. Stahl-Nachbaur)
Fritz Klippel ...
Parker, Browns Komplize
Leonard Steckel ...
Barini, Inhaber American Hippodrom
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Trude, Animierreiterin (as Martha Eggerth)
Reinhold Bernt ...
Willy, Stallmeister American Hyppodrom
Anna Müller-Lincke ...
Frau Pahlke, Inhaberin Artistenpension
Eugen Burg ...
Andersen, Kriminalkommissar
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Fräulein Schönholz, Kriminalbeamtin (as Senta Soeneland)
Alfred Beierle ...
Martin Timm, Hafenpolizist
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Hans Röder, Hafenpolizist
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Crime | Drama | Romance

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26 November 1931 (Germany)  »

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Der Greifer  »

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(re-release)

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(Tobis-Klangfilm)

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1.20 : 1
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Mein Liebling, mach' Dein Herzchen auf
Music by Hans May
Lyrics by Kurt Schwabach
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Film Noir at its Very, Very Best!
30 May 2016 | by See all my reviews

In fact, in my opinion, this is the best noir movie ever made. Starring the charismatic Hans Albers (who is supported by a first-rate cast led by Marta Eggerth and Gerda Maurus), it's a movie that will indeed knock you right out of your seat - thanks to the fast-paced direction of Richard Eichberg, plus the atmospherically noirish photography and the bleak, if crowded and often overwhelming sets, plus, of course, the fast-paced script. No money has been spared! There is plenty of first- rate action here from start to finish. The only unreal touch is the way our hero, Hans Albers, always looks so dashing (he was born in 1892) and self-confident, no matter how craftily the cards are stacked against him! An excellent print is now available on an IHF Sovexport DVD. The only catch is that there are no sub-titles, but I managed to follow the action-packed, if somewhat circuitous plot with only a small amount of difficulty, despite the fact that I know less than two hundred words in German!


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