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Black Market of Love

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Black Market of Love
Black Market of Love.jpg
Directed byErnst Hofbauer
Written byErnst Hofbauer
Produced byErwin C. Dietrich
Starring
Cinematography
  • Andreas Demmer
  • Günther Knuth
Music byFrank Valdor
Production
company
Urania Film
Distributed byTeam-Film
Release date
  • 29 July 1966 (1966-07-29)
Running time
83 minutes
CountryWest Germany
LanguageGerman

Black Market of Love (German: Schwarzer Markt der Liebe) is a 1966 West German crime film directed by Ernst Hofbauer and starring Uta Levka, Astrid Frank and Claus Tinney.[1]

Synopsis

The plot centers around a white slavery ring operating out of the Italian port of Genoa, luring young German woman for worker as dancers.

Cast

  • Uta Levka as Uta
  • Astrid Frank as Astrid
  • Manfred Meurer as Exzellenz
  • Karin Field as Rosanna
  • Claus Tinney as Harald von Groepen
  • Tilly Lauenstein as Countess
  • Rolf Eden as Rolf
  • Elio Manni as Flip
  • Karl Gretler as Charly
  • Omero Antonutti as Lemaire
  • Christine Dass as Antoinette
  • Rico Peter as Landlord
  • Karin Glier as Mary
  • Jochen Rock
  • Li Hardes as Birgit
  • Helga Schwartz as Anne

References

  1. ^ Eppenberger & Stapfer p. 65

Bibliography

  • Eppenberger, Benedikt; Stapfer, Daniel (2006). Mädchen, Machos und Moneten – Die unglaubliche Geschichte des Schweizer Kinounternehmers Erwin C. Dietrich. Zürich: Verlag Scharfe Stiefel. ISBN 978-3-033-00960-8.

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