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Chemistry and Love

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Chemistry and Love
Chemistry and Love.png
German film poster
GermanChemie und Liebe
Directed byArthur Maria Rabenalt
Written byFrank Clifford
Marion Keller
StarringHans Nielsen
Tilly Lauenstein
Ralph Lothar
CinematographyBruno Mondi
Edited byAlice Ludwig
Music byTheo Mackeben
Production
company
Distributed bySovexport
Release date
  • 1 June 1948 (1948-06-01)
Running time
98 minutes
CountryEast Germany
LanguageGerman

Chemistry and Love (German: Chemie und Liebe) is a 1948 East German comedy film directed by Arthur Maria Rabenalt and starring Hans Nielsen, Tilly Lauenstein and Ralph Lothar. It is an anti-capitalist satire inspired by a stage play by the communist writer Béla Balázs.[1] The plot is built around the discoveries of a crusading inventor.

It was made by the state-controlled DEFA studio. The film's sets were designed by Emil Hasler.

Cast

  • Hans Nielsen as Dr. Alland
  • Tilly Lauenstein as Martina Höller
  • Ralph Lothar as da Costa
  • Ann Höling as Georgia Spaldi
  • Gisela Deege as Aimée
  • Arno Paulsen as C.D. Miller
  • Gerd Frickhöffer
  • Arno Ebert as Cprnelius Vandenhoff
  • Alfred Braun as Narrator
  • Anneliese Rausch as Annelie
  • Jakob Tiedtke as Patient
  • Ye Chong Yin as Sprechstundenhilfe
  • Gustav Püttjer as Charly
  • Eugen Klinger as Dr. Nasier
  • Eduard Matzig as Dr. Hirai
  • Heinz Schröder as Dr. Oricheff
  • Wolfgang Adriano as Dr. Jänicker
  • Helmut Heyne as Dr. Blohmquist
  • Elfie Dugall as Fräulein White
  • Walter Weinacht as Virtuose
  • Helga Warnecke as Ansagerin
  • Axel Triebel as Bankier
  • Erika Görner as Frau Specht
  • Harry Förster as Mann mit Hakennase
  • Maria Milde as Winnie
  • Martin Rosen as Jensen
  • Eva Sieg as Clarissa

References

  1. ^ Bock, Hans-Michael; Bergfelder, Tim, eds. (2009). The Concise Cinegraph: Encyclopaedia of German Cinema. New York: Berghahn Books. p. 381. ISBN 1571816550. JSTOR j.ctt1x76dm6.

Bibliography

  • Kruschel, Karsten (2007). "Leim für die Venus. Der Science-Fiction-Film in der DDR". Das Science Fiction Jahr 2007. By various authors. Mamczak, Sascha; Jeschke, Wolfgang (eds.). Munich: Heyne. pp. 803–888. ISBN 978-3-453-52261-9.

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