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Don't Promise Me Anything

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Don't Promise Me Anything
Don't Promise Me Anything.jpg
Directed byWolfgang Liebeneiner
Written by
Based onDon't Promise Me Anything by Charlotte Rissmann
Produced by
Starring
Cinematography
Edited byWalter von Bonhorst
Music byGeorg Haentzschel
Production
company
Distributed byTerra Film
Release date
  • 20 August 1937 (1937-08-20)
Running time
104 minutes
CountryNazi Germany
LanguageGerman

Don't Promise Me Anything (German: Versprich mir nichts!) is a 1937 German comedy film directed by Wolfgang Liebeneiner and starring Luise Ullrich, Viktor de Kowa and Heinrich George.[1] A perfectionist but talented artist is reluctant to sell his paintings, but because they need the money his wife sells them without his knowledge and claims to be the artist herself. However, when she is commissioned to paint a mural she turns to her husband for help.

The film's sets were designed by the art directors Karl Weber and Erich Zander. The Berlin premiere took place at the Gloria-Palast. In 1950 Liebeneiner remade the film as When a Woman Loves with Hilde Krahl and Johannes Heesters in the lead roles.

Cast

Reception

Writing for Night and Day in 1937, Graham Greene gave the film a negative review, describing the film as "unconvincing", and with "the added disadvantage of being [] unfit[] for irrational behaviour". The only point of interest for Greene was the costume and acting of Will Dohm which worryingly evoked German militarism.[2]

References

  1. ^ Hake, Sabine (2001). Popular Cinema of the Third Reich. University of Texas Press. p. 125. ISBN 978-0-292-73458-6.
  2. ^ Greene, Graham (16 December 1937). "Monica and Martin/Mademoiselle Docteur/Eastern Valley". Night and Day. (reprinted in: Taylor, John Russell, ed. (1980). The Pleasure Dome. Oxford University Press. p. 186. ISBN 0192812866.)

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