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Tartuffe ()

Herr Tartüff (original title)
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Young man shows his millionaire grandfather a film based on Molière's Tartuffe, in order to expose the old man's hypocritical governess who covets his own inheritance.

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Hermann Picha ...
Der Greis
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Seine Haushälterin / Housekeeper
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Sein Enkel / Grandson
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Herr Orgon
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Frau Elmire / Elmire, Orgon's wife
Lucie Höflich ...
Dorine
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Tartüff
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Directed by

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F.W. Murnau

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Molière ... (play)
 
Carl Mayer ... (manuscript)

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Erich Pommer ... producer

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Giuseppe Becce

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Karl Freund ... (as Carl Freund)

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Robert Herlth
Walter Röhrig

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Robert Herlth
Walter Röhrig

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Waldemar Jabs ... makeup artist

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Camilla Horn ... stunt double: Lil Dagover

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Robert Baberske ... assistant camera

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Kurt Graunke ... conductor: new score
Frank Strobel ... conductor

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Also Known As
  • Tartüff (Germany)
  • Tartuffe (United States)
  • Tartuffe (France)
  • El hipócrita (Spain)
  • Tartufo o el hipócrita (Spain)
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Trivia Camilla Horn served as Lil Dagover's foot double in this film. This small role effectively launched her lengthy acting career, as she was noticed by director F.W. Murnau and cast as the lead actress in his film, Faust (1926). See more »
Movie Connections Featured in Dämonische Leinwand - Der deutsche Film der zwanziger Jahre (1998). See more »

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