His Highness, the Prince (1913)

Prins for en dag (original title)
Prince Heinrich and Herbert Prince, a journalist, are very similar in build and facial resemblance, although neither is aware of the fact. Therein lies the secret of the memorable day the ... See full summary »

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Marius Wulff
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Cast

Credited cast:
Carl Alstrup ... Prince Karl Heinrich / Journalist Herbert
Lauritz Olsen Lauritz Olsen ... Robert Herrick
Oscar Stribolt Oscar Stribolt ... Mayor of Waldeck
Olga Svendsen Olga Svendsen ... Mayor's Wife
Zanny Petersen Zanny Petersen ... Grethe
Frederik Buch Frederik Buch ... Baller - Counsellor
Paula Ruff Paula Ruff
Ingeborg Jensen Ingeborg Jensen
Kristian Møllback Kristian Møllback
Franz Skondrup Franz Skondrup
Rest of cast listed alphabetically:
Agnes Andersen Agnes Andersen
Philip Bech Philip Bech
Johanne Fritz-Petersen Johanne Fritz-Petersen
Carl Hintz Carl Hintz
Betzy Kofoed Betzy Kofoed
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Prince Heinrich and Herbert Prince, a journalist, are very similar in build and facial resemblance, although neither is aware of the fact. Therein lies the secret of the memorable day the journalist enjoyed. Prince Heinrich, bored over billiards in the officer's quarters of his regiment, discards the game to take a brief nap, the journalist was involuntarily (at first) feted in his stead. Herbert has been granted leave of absence, and, before departing from his duties, persuades his friend. Bob Garrick, to accompany him. While Bob is busy packing, Herbert shaves off his moustache. It is then that the resemblance to Prince Heinrich is most marked, particularly as both Prince and journalist affect monocles. But neither Herbert nor Bob is aware of the resemblance and do not reckon when en route for the distant city of Waldeck that they are marked out for the distinction that awaits them. The solitary passenger who shares their compartment, a tubby smiling little individual, is the first ... Written by Moving Picture World synopsis

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Comedy

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Country:

Denmark

Language:

Danish

Release Date:

May 1914 (USA) See more »

Also Known As:

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Company Credits

Production Co:

Nordisk Film Kompagni See more »
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Sound Mix:

Silent

Aspect Ratio:

1.33 : 1
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A commendable picture in every way
19 August 2018 | by deickemeyerSee all my reviews

A three-reel picture, wholly amusing and filled with delicious satire; it will make a decided hit. The real fun of the offering is in its characters, of which there are many and at which it pokes convincing fun, but the plot is also very amusing. It makes a journalist, whose last name is Prince and who looks like Prince Henrick, let a comical and yet entirely human council of a small city entertain him as the prince. The prince learns of this and comes to town in his uniform, but takes it all as a good joke. It is a commendable picture in every way, acting, photography and general handling, and a very desirable offering. - The Moving Picture World, May 30, 1914


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