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Cast overview:
Elisabeth Bergner ... Doña Juana
Walter Rilla ... Don Ramon
Hertha von Walther Hertha von Walther ... Doña Ines
Elisabeth Neumann-Viertel ... Ines' Freundin Clara
Fritz Greiner Fritz Greiner ... Ramons Freund Osorio
Hubert von Meyerinck ... Dichter Don Alfonso
Wolfgang von Schwindt Wolfgang von Schwindt ... Juanas Diener Francesco
Max Schreck ... Juanas Vater
Lotte Stein ... Juanas Erzieherin Duena
Max Wogritsch Max Wogritsch ... Don Felipe de Mendoza
Rafael Calvo ... Don Pedro de Padilla


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Release Date:

24 January 1928 (Germany) See more »

Also Known As:

Elskovsrus See more »

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1.33 : 1
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Did You Know?


Béla Balázs publicly disowned the film prior to its release, though his detractors construed (falsely) that he did so after it received poor reviews, which largely attack his script. He felt that the script was so abused that he went to court over screenwriter's rights, and lost, (as he expected) which he believed in itself would prove the corruption of the system. See more »

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