Police Raid

Directed by: Werner Klingler, German Democratic Republic, 1947

German Democratic Republic, 1947

Cast and Credits

Production Deutsche Film (DEFA)
Distribution Progress, VEB Film-Vertrieb
Progress, VEB Film-Vertrieb
Production Manager Willi A. Herrmann
Director Werner Klingler
Assistant Director Werner Klingler
Scenario Harald G. Petersson
Director of Photography Friedl Behn-Grund [(as F. Behn-Grund)]
Eugen Klagemann [(as E. Klagemann)]
Editor Günther Stapenhorst [(as G. Stapenhorst)]
Art Director Otto Hunte [(as O. Hunte)]
Bruno Monden [(as B. Monden)]
Cast Paul Bildt [Kriminalkommissar Friedrich Naumann]
Elly Burgmer [Auguste Naumann]
Elly Burgmer [Anna Naumann]
Elly Burgmer [Paul Naumann (as Friedjelm v. Petersson)]
Elly Burgmer [Yvonne]
Claus Holm [Karl Lorenz, Kriminal-Anwaerter]
Hans Leibelt [Hugo Lembke, Kriminalrat]
Erwin Biegel [Koeppke]
Jean Brahn [Schieber (not credited)]
Harry Frank [Goll, Besitzer der Alibaba-Bar]
Walter Gross [The flotte Willy]
Martha Hübner [Frau Werner]
Otto Matthies [Herr Vogel]
Arno Paulsen [Franz Mierisch, Spediteur]
Arno Paulsen [Akkordeonistin (as Undine v. Medvey)]
Heinz Welzel [Heinz Becker, Kriminal-Anwaerter]

Technical specifications
Category: Feature Film
Technical Details: Format: 35 mm, 1:1,37 - Ratio: 1:1,37 - Black and White,
Sound System: Mono
First Screening: May 2, 1947 in

General Information

Razzia is a motion picture produced in the year 1947 as a German Democratic Republic production. The Film was directed by Werner Klingler, with Paul Bildt, Elly Burgmer, , , , in the leading parts. We have currently no synopsis of this picture on file; There are no reviews of Razzia available.

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