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Labyrinth des Grauens (1921)

Edward Stephenson, the son of a great industrialist, is due to marry the daughter of another prominent business leader. But the boy prefers a modest employee of the latter, Maud Hartley, ... See full summary »

Director:

Michael Curtiz (as Mihaly Kertesz)

Writer:

Fred Wallace
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Cast

Cast overview:
Lucy Doraine Lucy Doraine ... Maud Hartley
Alphons Fryland ... Edward Stephenson
Max Devrient Max Devrient ... M. Stephenson
Paul Askonas Paul Askonas ... Thomas Racton
Mathilde Danegger Mathilde Danegger ... Gabrielle Racton
Jean Ducret Jean Ducret ... George Hartley
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Edward Stephenson, the son of a great industrialist, is due to marry the daughter of another prominent business leader. But the boy prefers a modest employee of the latter, Maud Hartley, whose brother is an impossible rascal, murderer of a police officer. Maud is spurned by Edward who wrongly assumes she is unfaithful. Later, the girl is victim of a railway accident and then throws herself headlong into the easy life. Will the couple reunite again, for better or worse?

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Drama

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Country:

Austria

Release Date:

11 November 1921 (Austria) See more »

Also Known As:

Wege des Schreckens See more »

Company Credits

Production Co:

Sascha-Film See more »
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Sound Mix:

Silent

Aspect Ratio:

1.33 : 1
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When Maud's horse breaks loose and she is thrown, she is limping when she retrieves the goods. Returning home she is no longer limping, nor does she limp when serving coffee and drinks. See more »

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Dull early effort from Curtiz.
28 December 2016 | by gnok2002See all my reviews

An early silent from the man who went on to direct some great films including 'Casablanca' this shows no sign of things to come, it's a dull tale of the son of a factory owner who is to marry the daughter of another factory owner, but he falls for a poor relation who is the main bread-winner for her aging mother, and her no good brother; the print quality was poor, but I get no sense that there is a great, or even OK film hidden behind the print damage! For some odd reason the film is set in London & England, though only the inter-titles suggest this, there is one brief scene of a train on fire that looks impressive, that's about it.


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