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Court Martial (1959)

Kriegsgericht (original title)
| Drama, War | 1962 (USA)


Kurt Meisel


Will Berthold (report in revue newspaper "Kreuzer Pommern"), Will Berthold (screenplay) | 1 more credit »
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Cast overview, first billed only:
Karlheinz Böhm ... Oberleutnant Düren
Christian Wolff ... Fähnrich Stahmer
Klaus Kammer Klaus Kammer ... Maat Klaus Hinze
Hans Nielsen Hans Nielsen ... Dr. Wilhelmi, Verteidfiger
Charles Regnier Charles Regnier ... Schorn, Vorsitzender des Kriegsgerichtes
Werner Peters ... Brenner, Kriegsgerichtsrat
Carl Wery Carl Wery ... Stahmer sen.
Herbert Tiede Herbert Tiede ... Paulsen, Kapitän zur See
Raidar Müller-Elmau Raidar Müller-Elmau ... Koch, Brenners Adjutant (as Raidar Müller)
Martin Benrath ... Funk-Offizier Maiers
Reinhard Kolldehoff ... Feldwebel
Berta Drews Berta Drews ... Frau Willmers
Edith Hancke Edith Hancke ... Frl. Wehner
Horst Naumann Horst Naumann
Robert Meyn Robert Meyn ... Admiral Zirler


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Drama | War


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West Germany



Release Date:

1962 (USA) See more »

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Sound Mix:

Mono (Klangfilm-Magnetocord)

Aspect Ratio:

1.37 : 1
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Depressing story of Nazi Germany and Law for Laws art
22 July 2010 | by NewInMunichSee all my reviews

I recall to have seen this years ago and it was quite depressing. 3 Navy sailors are picked up by a submarine after their cruiser (ref to Battleship Bismarck ?) was sunk by the British in the Atlantic. They are the only survivors coming back and at first celebrated, then they fall victim to a fanatic and detail prone Court Martial Attorney who finds out, that they abandoned ship before (if ever) the order to abandon ship was given officially, constituting the fact of desertion from quarters, an act punishable with death. That the ship was already hopelessly shot up, communication severed and nothing left to fight with doesn't matter. Don't know in who's reel cellar it is now, but would like to see it again.

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