Friedrich Werders Sendung

Directed by: Otto Rippert, , Germany, 1916


    Cast and Credits

    Production Lloyd-Film GmbH, Berlin [N 108]
    Director Otto Rippert
    Scenario Hugo Landsberger [(as Hans Land)]
    Based on Hugo Landsberger [(as Hans Land)]
    Director of Photography Carl Hoffmann
    Cast Carl de Vogt [Friedrich Werder]
    Theodor Loos [Vater / son]
    Eva Speyer [Frau Werder (as Eva Speyer-Stoeckel)]
    Gustav Botz
    Gisa Bund
    Paul Passarge
    Emil Rameau
    Robert Sortsch-Pla

    Technical specifications
    Locations or Studios: Luna-Film-Atelier, Berlin, Friedrichstrasse 224
    Category: Feature Film
    Technical Details: Format: 35 mm, 1:1,33 - Ratio: 1:1,33 - Black and White,, 1563 meters, 4 reels
    Sound System: silent
    First Screening: January 12, 1917 in Berlin, Marmorhaus
    First Censorship: Berlin Polizei December 28, 1916 No BPZ.40148 Verdict: Banned for Minors

    Friedrich Werders Sendung is a motion picture produced in the year 1916 as a Germany production. The Film was directed by Otto Rippert, with Carl de Vogt, Theodor Loos, Eva Speyer, Robert Sortsch-Pla, Gisa Bund, in the leading parts. The movie had its first screening on January 12, 1917 in Berlin, Marmorhaus. We have currently no synopsis of this picture on file; There are no reviews of Friedrich Werders Sendung available.


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