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Hanna Amon (1951)

 -  Drama  -  19 October 1953 (Sweden)
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Cast overview, first billed only:
Kristina Söderbaum ...
Hanna Amon
Lutz Moik ...
Thomas Amon
Ilse Steppat ...
Vera Colombani
Hermann Schomberg ...
Alois Brunner
Elise Aulinger ...
Frau Brunner
Hedwig Wangel ...
Frau Zorneder
Ferdinand Anton ...
Hans Zorneder
Hans Hermann Schaufuß ...
Bürgermeister (as Hans H. Schaufuss)
Emmy Percy-Wuestenhagen ...
Bürgermeisterin (as Emmi Percy)
Susanne Körber-Harlan ...
Rosl
Caspar Veit Harlan ...
Hannes
Günther Hadank ...
Pfarrer
Brigitte Schubert ...
Lioba
Wolf Ackva ...
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Franz Schafheitlin ...
Gefängnisdirektor
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19 October 1953 (Sweden)  »

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El gran amor de Ana Amon  »

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Possibly Harlan's best movie!
9 December 2000 | by (Den Helder, Holland) – See all my reviews

This movie is the best one I ever saw directed by the great Veit Harlan. Starring his faithful wife Kristina Söderbaum as the title heroine this story combines the traditional German "Heimat Film" with ancient and supernatural aspects. Söderbaum gives a strong performance in this tear-jerker and the other characters add much to the dramatic impact of this masterpiece! It's a shame that it's so rarely broadcast on television these days.


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