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Regine (1935)

Engineer Frank Reynolds returns to his Heimatland, where he finds a blue diamond in Regine. But she has a brother who is not a diamond at all.


Erich Waschneck


Gottfried Keller (novel), Erich Waschneck
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Credited cast:
Luise Ullrich ... Regine
Anton Walbrook ... Frank Reynold, Ingenieur (as Adolf Wohlbrück)
Olga Tschechowa ... Floris Bell, Schauspielerin
Ekkehard Arendt Ekkehard Arendt ... Merlin, Floris Bells Begleiter
Hans Junkermann ... Professor Gisevius, Franks Onkel
Eduard von Winterstein Eduard von Winterstein ... Keller, Regines Vater
Hans Adalbert Schlettow ... Robert, Regines Bruder
Rest of cast listed alphabetically:
Curt Ackermann Curt Ackermann ... (as Kurt Ackermann)
Olga Engl ... Frau Sendig
Walter Gross Walter Gross
Erich Gühne
Trude Haefelin Trude Haefelin
Eric Harden Eric Harden
Jutta Jol Jutta Jol
Otto Kronburger


Engineer Frank Reynolds returns to his Heimatland, where he finds a blue diamond in Regine. But she has a brother who is not a diamond at all.

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Entertaining for fans of this type of film
4 February 2019 | by richard-camhiSee all my reviews

This film, although it does not tread any new ground, even for 1935, has a lot going for it. There is the talented Wahlbrook, then still billed as Adolf Wahlbrück, who has good opportunities and makes the most of them. There is Olga Tschechowa, the archetypal nasty bitch, who even gets to recite her philosophy of dirty tricks to a charmed party of her invited guests. And there is the very young Luise Ulrich, who could be Judy Holiday's twin sister, just as charming, dizzy, and delightful. On top of that, we get quite a bit of scenery along the Rhine of 1935 and in the villages and towns, all historic stuff. Also the ship "Bremen" and a vintage Lufthansa airplane being boarded (complete with a swastika on the tail, in case you're squeamish about such things). Social manners of the day are also highlighted. In short, there's plenty to see. And hear, too -- the composer has done quite a bit of inventive scoring. Schubert's Unfinished also makes a brief but welcome appearance. Certainly worth a watch.

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Release Date:

7 January 1935 (Germany) See more »

Also Known As:

Regina See more »

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Technical Specs

Sound Mix:

Mono (Tobis-Klangfilm)

Aspect Ratio:

1.37 : 1
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