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Freight from Baltimore

From Wikipedia, the free encyclopedia

Freight from Baltimore
Freight from Baltimore.jpg
Directed byHans Hinrich
Written by
  • Hans Joachim Beyer
  • Charlotte Rissmann
Produced byAlfred Greven
Starring
CinematographyKarl Puth
Edited byGertrud Hinz-Nischwitz
Music byFritz Wenneis
Production
company
Distributed byTerra Film
Release date
  • 14 October 1938 (1938-10-14)
Running time
104 minutes
CountryGermany
LanguageGerman

Freight from Baltimore (German: Fracht von Baltimore) is a 1938 German drama film directed by Hans Hinrich and starring Hilde Weissner, Attila Hörbiger, and Hans Zesch-Ballot.[1]

The film's sets were designed by the art directors Carl Böhm [de] and Erich Czerwonski. It was partly shot on location at the Port of Hamburg.

Cast

  • Hilde Weissner as Sabine Heitmann
  • Attila Hörbiger as Michael Anders, 1. Offizier der Reederei Heitmann
  • Hans Zesch-Ballot as William Morris, Generalagent
  • Paul Westermeier as Mecki McKnight
  • Walter Steinbeck as Konrad Engström
  • Walter Werner as Hoffmann, Prokurist der Reederei Heitmann
  • Annemarie Steinsieck as Elisabeth Engström
  • Hans Nielsen as Kurt Engström
  • Elsa Wagner as Frau Konsul Engström
  • Herti Kirchner as Kitty Hansen
  • Franz Weber as Knaak, Bürodiener der Reederei
  • Günther Ballier as 1. Offizier an Bord der 'Sesotris'
  • Edwin Jürgensen as Friedrich Holst, Großkaufmann
  • Maria Krahn as Frau Holst
  • Claire Reigbert as Frau Hansen, Wirtin der 'Ohio-Bar'
  • Ludwig Andersen
  • Otto Braml as Lotse der Hamburger Hafenverwaltung
  • Kurt Felden as Matrose der 'Sesotris'
  • Angelo Ferrari as Französischer Offizier des geretteten Dampfers
  • Adolf Fischer as Funker der Reederei Heitmann
  • Herbert Gernot as Schiffsingenieur bei Engström
  • Fred Goebel as Funker an Bord der 'Sesotris'
  • Aribert Grimmer as Schiffsingenieur bei Engström
  • Karl Hannemann as Schröder, Prokurist bei Engström
  • Josef Kamper as Grothe, Schiffsoffizier der Reederei Heitmann
  • Charlie Kracker as Matrose der Reederei Heitmann
  • Alfred Maack as Matrose der Reederei Heitmann
  • Luise Morland as Morris' Tischdame beim Empfang bei Engström
  • Odette Orsy as Gast beim Empfang bei Engström
  • Gustav Püttjer as Der Barbier an Bord
  • Erika Streithorst as Fräulein Lorenz
  • Lothar Geist as Lehrjunge der Reederei Heitmann
  • Hansjakob Gröblinghoff as Matrose der 'Sesotris'
  • Max Hiller as Schneidermeister bei Hoffmann
  • Carl Iban as Matrose der 'Sesortis'
  • Alfred Karen as Generalkonsul bei Engström
  • Ursula Kerrl as Mädchen bei Sabine Heitmann
  • Fred Köster as Diener bei Engström
  • Paul Luka as Matrose der 'Sesortis'
  • Arthur Reppert as Matrose der 'Sesotris'
  • Heinz Roggenkamp as Bekannte Holsts bei Engström
  • Ernst Albert Schaach as Fernschreiber
  • Annelis Schneidereyt
  • Alfred Stratmann as Deutscher Funker

References

  1. ^ Rentschler p. 242

Bibliography

  • Rentschler, Eric (1996). The Ministry of Illusion: Nazi Cinema and Its Afterlife. Cambridge, MA: Harvard University Press. ISBN 978-0-674-57640-7.

External links

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