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One Too Many on Board (1935)

Einer zuviel an Bord (original title)
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Lída Baarová ...
Gerda Hegert
Albrecht Schoenhals ...
Kapitän von Moltmann
René Deltgen ...
I. Offizier Rohlfs
Willy Birgel ...
Staatsanwalt Dr. Burger
Ernst Karchow ...
Konsul Schelff
Annemarie Steinsieck ...
Frau Konsul Schelff
Jupp Hussels ...
Steward Lüdecke
Alexander Engel ...
Ingenieur Sparkuhl
Grethe Weiser ...
Lou Schmidt, Bardame
Alexander Golling ...
Kommissar Sörensen
Rudolf Platte ...
Maximilian Wresky, Schauspieler
Alfred Karen ...
Tänzer
Max Harry Ernst ...
Tänzer
Hans Kettler ...
II. Offizier Mehlhorn
Karl Dannemann ...
III. Offizier Ackermann
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24 January 1936 (USA)  »

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Alternate-language version of Un homme de trop à bord (1935) See more »

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Das Lied von der kleinen Frau
Lyrics by Erwin Lehnow Music by Werner Bochmann
Copyright 11-11-1935; E for. 4259; Ufaton-verlags G.m.b.H., Berlin SW 19.
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WHAT A PITY ABOUT THE ENDING
13 May 1999 | by (Amsterdam, The Netherlands) – See all my reviews

Exciting and very good murder drama due to the precise direction of Lamprecht and cast. For the greatest part the script is well thought out and written, but it unexpectedly and astoundingly produces a incredibly sentimental and outright obtuse ending, what a pity. About 1/3 of the film takes place on a ship and the atmosphere on the ship and the relationship between captain and officers are extremely well hit. The storm scenes are very convincing and proof that the UFA was still capable of great technical achievements. But without this cast it would not have been this exciting; outstanding are both Rene Deltgen and Willy Birgel, but let's not forget Rudolf Platte in a rare more or less serious role.


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