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Malaria (1919 film)

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Malaria
Directed byRochus Gliese
Written by
  • Hans Brennert
  • Friedel Köhne
StarringLyda Salmonova
CinematographyFriedrich Weinmann
Production
company
Flora-Film
Release date
  • September 1919 (1919-09)
CountryGermany
LanguagesSilent
German intertitles

Malaria is a 1919 German silent film directed by Rochus Gliese and starring Lyda Salmonova, Emil Kühne, and Ewald Bach.[1]

Cast

  • Lyda Salmonova as Solotänzerin Tatjana Sergeijowna
  • Emil Kühne as Pope Sergej
  • Ewald Bach as Dr. Fjodr Gawrilowitsch Schuwalow
  • Martin Lübbert as Dr. Boris Michailowitsch Nawaschin
  • Adele Sandrock as Tatjanas Amme Anuschka
  • Raoul Lange as Fürst Dimitrij
  • Friedrich Kühne as
  • Ernst Waldow as Laboratoriumsdiener Wassjka
  • Eddie Seefeld
  • Ballett Charell

References

  1. ^ Elsaesser & Wedel p.124

Bibliography

  • Thomas Elsaesser & Michael Wedel. The BFI companion to German cinema. British Film Institute, 1999.

External links


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