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Via Mala ()


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A hated and bully patriarch is murdered. The investigating judge falls in love and marries the daughter, and then she confesses to have killed. Did she? Or she was protecting some one?

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Silvelie
Carl Wery ...
Jonas Lauretz
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Andreas von Richenau
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Hanna
Hildegard Grethe ...
Frau Lauretz
Albert Florath ...
Der Amtmann
Rest of cast listed alphabetically:
Ferdinand Asper ...
Gast bei Bündner
Jutta Carow
Karl Hellmer ...
Jöry
Malte Jaeger ...
Nikolaus (as Malte Jäger)
Carl Kuhlmann ...
Lukas Bündner
Franz Lichtenauer ...
Gast bei Bündner
Ludwig Linkmann ...
Der Amtsdiener
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Kuni
Klaus Pohl ...
Gast bei Bündner
Heinz Günther Puhlmann ...
Angestellter von Bündner
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Gast bei Bündner
Vera Schulz
Georg Vogelsang ...
Lechner-Bauer
Walter Werner ...
Dorfarzt

Directed by

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Josef von Báky

Written by

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John Knittel ... (novel "Via Mala")
 
Thea von Harbou ... (writer)

Music by

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Georg Haentzschel

Cinematography by

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Carl Hoffmann

Film Editing by

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Wolfgang Becker

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German Herbricht
Walter Röhrig

Costume Design by

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Manon Hahn

Production Management

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Ali Schmidt ... unit manager
Eberhard Schmidt ... production manager

Second Unit Director or Assistant Director

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Wolfgang Becker ... assistant director

Sound Department

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Werner Pohl ... sound

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Hans Hauptmann ... camera operator
Werner Krien ... camera operator: additional photography
Horst von Harbou ... still photographer

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Horst Kyrath ... production assistant

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Also Known As
  • Via Mala Die Strasse des Bösen (Germany)
  • Paholaisen silta (Finland)
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  • 108 min
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Did You Know?

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Trivia Baky finished the original version of the film in March, 1944, but the propaganda ministry required him to redo the ending. The censor accepted the film in March 1945, but changed his mind ten days later. Despite this fact, it premiered in Mayrhofen on April 7, 1945, where it had been filmed. Naturally all of the extras from the region were pleased to see it. Its official premiere was delayed until Jan. 16, 1948, in East Berlin. See more »
Movie Connections Version of Via Mala (1961). See more »

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