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Alraune (1918 film)

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German release poster
Directed byMichael Curtiz
Edmund Fritz
Written byHanns Heinz Ewers (novel)
Richárd Falk
StarringGéza Erdélyi
Gyula Gál
Release date
  • 1918 (1918)
Running time
80 minutes
Hungarian intertitles

Alraune is a 1918 Hungarian science fiction horror film directed by Michael Curtiz and Edmund Fritz. It starred Géza Erdélyi. Little is known about this film, and it is believed to be lost. Alraune is German for mandrake. The film is based on the novel Alraune by German novelist Hanns Heinz Ewers that was published in 1911.

The plot is a variation on the original legend of Alraune, in which a mad scientist creates a beautiful — but demonic — child from the forced union between a woman and a mandrake root fed by the blood of a hanged man.[1]

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  • Gyula Gál ... Professor Brinken
  • Rózsi Szöllösi ... Alraune
  • Kálmán Körmendy ... Frank Braun
  • Böske Malatinszky ... Alma Raune, mother of Alraune
  • Géza Erdélyi ... Farkas Gontran
  • Andor Kardos ... Sebestyén Gontran, legal adviser
  • András Kruppka ... Instructor Petersen (as Andor K. Kovács)
  • Károly Árnyai ... Manesse attorney
  • Margit Lux
  • Violetta Szlatényi
  • Jenő Törzs
  • Viktor Daniel
  • Boleszlav Szobierszki

See also


  1. ^ "Alraune (1918) at SilentEra". Archived from the original on 2017-12-04. Retrieved 2015-01-12.


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