Two brothers (Albert Matterstock and Attila Hoerbiger), who are trapeze artists, are getting along just fine until Hoerbiger runs off with his brother's wife. Matterstock isn't very pleased... See full summary »

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Albert Matterstock
Anneliese Uhlig
Lucie Höflich
Anton Imkamp
Franz Pfaudler
Friedl Haerlin
Alfred Haase
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Two brothers (Albert Matterstock and Attila Hoerbiger), who are trapeze artists, are getting along just fine until Hoerbiger runs off with his brother's wife. Matterstock isn't very pleased when his wife is killed. But, the show must go on, and they resume their trapeze act as partners. Anneliese Uhlig joins the circus and a stunt artist and Matterstock falls in love with her. Otto Wernicke, Miss Uhlig's father,(who has forced her to do her dangerous act) is killed, and Herbiger confesses, in an act of atonement, as he thinks his brother or Miss Uhlig did it. Written by Les Adams <longhorn1939@suddenlink.net>

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January 1938 (USA)  »

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Blood Bonds  »

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Will his trapeze partner drop him?

Two brothers (Albert Matterstock and Attila Hoerbiger), who are trapeze artists, are getting along just fine until Hoerbiger runs off with his brother's wife. Matterstock isn't very pleased when his wife is killed. But, the show must go on, and they resume their trapeze act as partners.

Anneliese Uhlig joins the circus and a stunt artist and Matterstock falls in love with her. Otto Wernicke, Miss Uhlig's father,(who has forced her to do her dangerous act) is killed, and Herbiger confesses, in an act of atonement, as he thinks his brother or Miss Uhlig did it.

First shown in the U.S in January, 1938 at the Casino Theater, in NYC, with German dialogue and COMPLETE English TITLES.


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