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They'll Never Surrender (1934)

William Tell (original title)
| Drama | 1934 (UK)

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Hans Marr ...
William Tell
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Emmy Göring ...
Hedwig Tell (as Emmy Sonnemann)
Detlef Willecke ...
Edmund Willard ...
Walter Fuerst
Dennis Aubrey ...
Werner Stuaffacher
Charles Cullum ...
Arnold Melchthal
Werner Schott ...
Laudenberg
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The Legend of William Tell  »

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