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Razzia in St. Pauli ()


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Illustrates both the powerlessness of the ordinary worker as well as an intimate portrait of the joys and sorrows of a small group of people in the harbor section of Hamburg.

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Else the Dancer
Friedrich Gnaß ...
Karl the Sailor
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Leo the Musician
Charly Wittong ...
Charly the Folk Singer
Max Zilzer ...
Bartender
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Kurt Appel
Käte Hüter
Friedrich Rittmeyer ...
Detective

Directed by

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Werner Hochbaum

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Werner Hochbaum ... ()

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Justin Rosenfeld ... producer

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Kurt Levaal

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A.O. Weitzenberg

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Carl Behr

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Willy Schiller

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Willy Schiller

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Carl Behr ... sound editor
Franz Schröder ... sound

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Giuseppe Becce ... music arranger / musical director
Carl Behr ... lyricist
Hedy Knorr ... lyricist
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Also Known As
  • Raid in St. Pauli (World-wide, English title)
  • Rusga em St. Pauli (Portugal)
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  • 74 min
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Trivia The film was shown since May 1932, but it was the target of censorship in December 1933, for its socialist perspective "evident in the final song", sung by Ernst Busch in the style of Bertolt Brecht for which he would be famous. See more »

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