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(TV Movie) (original screenplay)
(screenplay - as Carl Th. Dreyer)
(adaptation and screenplay - as Carl-Th. Dreyer)
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5' 7" (1.7 m)
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My apprenticeship [at Nordisk Film studio in Copenhagen, Denmark] lasted five years, and I don't think many have had a better schooling. After all, it's from the daily grind of making films that you learn the craft.
In 1934 Dreyer was directing and had co-scripted the original screenplay for the film, Mudundu. Due to illness he had to withdraw. The film was retitled L'esclave Blanc, completed by others and released in 1936.