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Fridericus Rex - 4. Teil: Schicksalswende (1923)

Part 4 of a four part series of biographical films about the Friedrich II of Prussia shows the king as the man who leads the Prussian army to the ultimate victory in the seven-years-war.

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Lothar Müthel ...
Prinz Wilhelm
Eduard von Winterstein ...
Fürst Moritz von Anhalt-Dessau
Wolfgang von Schwindt ...
Herzog von Braunschweig
Alexander Granach ...
General von Zieten
Theodor Becker ...
General von Seydlitz
Ed. von Gotsch ...
General von der Goltz
Theodor Burghardt ...
Oberst von Möllendorf
Friedrich Kayßler ...
Graf Finkenstein
Paul Rehkopf ...
Leutnant von Strachwitz
Julius Geisendörfer ...
Leutnant von Natzmer (as J. Gelsendorfer)
Rudolf Forster ...
Vorleser von Catt
Eugen Rex ...
Geheimsekretär Eichel
Karl Platen ...
Kammerdiener\sFredersdorff
Werner Funck ...
Leutnant von Dietzschau
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Part 4 of a four part series of biographical films about the Friedrich II of Prussia shows the king as the man who leads the Prussian army to the ultimate victory in the seven-years-war.

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The series of four biographical films about Frederic II was produced and shown in German cinemas in the 1920s as propaganda for the reintroduction of monarchy in Germany. See more »

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Follows Fridericus Rex - 2. Teil: Vater und Sohn (1922) See more »

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