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Secret Code LB 17

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Secret Code LB 17
Secret Code LB 17.jpg
Directed byVictor Tourjansky
Written by
Produced byOtto Lehmann
CinematographyGeorg Krause
Edited byGertrud Hinz-Nischwitz
Music byFranz Grothe
Distributed byTerra Film
Release date
7 August 1938
Running time
91 minutes

Secret Code LB 17 (German: Geheimzeichen LB 17) is a 1938 German thriller film directed by Victor Tourjansky and starring Willy Birgel, Hilde Weissner and Bernhard Minetti.[1] It was made at the Babelsberg Studios outside Berlin. The film's sets were designed by the art directors Karl Böhm and Erich Czerwonski.

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The authorities attempt to track down a terrorist group who have assassinated the Minister of War. They soon begin to suspect they have a traitor in their own ranks.


  • Willy Birgel as Captain Arvan Terno
  • Hilde Weissner as Marya Dusanovich, alias Marja Dusan
  • Bernhard Minetti as Club Manager Bjelinski
  • Otto Wernicke as Police Commissar Borel
  • René Deltgen as Lieutenant Robby Glawar
  • Kirsten Heiberg as Singer
  • Nicolas Koline as Drogan, the Commissar's aide
  • Herbert Gernot as Senior Lt. Kowall
  • Theodor Loos as The Prefect of Police
  • Karl Günther as Vitruv - the Minister of War
  • Fred Beckner as Marja's Dancing Partner
  • Hildegard Busse as Marja's Guest
  • Dima Detoor as Minister of War's Staff Officer
  • Jac Diehl as Der Bühneninspizient der "Cascade"
  • Heinz Dugall as Der Würstchendieb
  • Erich Dunskus as Bahnbeamter
  • Berthold Ebbecke as Der Adjutant des Kriegsministers
  • Max Harry Ernst as Ein Gast in der Cascade während der Razzia
  • Lucie Euler as Anna, Manja Dusans Garderobiere
  • Adolf Fischer as Ein junger Proletarier am Würstchenstand
  • Charles Francois as Ein Kellner beim Empfang
  • Paul Ludwig Frey as Ein Gast bei Manja Dusan
  • Lothar Geist as Der Zigarettenjunge in der Cascade
  • Kurt Getke as Eisenbahnwärter
  • Friedrich Gnaß as Ein Telefonist der Aufständigen
  • Fred Goebel as Der Sergeant der Chiffrierzentrale
  • Die Goldenen Sieben und ihre Symphoniker as Singers
  • Paul Hildebrandt as Ein Mitarbeiter des Polizeipräfekten
  • Oskar Höcker as Ein weiterer Kriminalbeamter
  • Karl Jüstel as Ein Stabsoffizier beim Kriegsminister
  • Alfred Karen as Gast bei Manja Dusan
  • Walter Klam as Ein Bühnenarbeiter der Cascade
  • Ingolf Kuntze as Innenminister
  • Fred Köster as Ein Kriminalbeamter bei der Tatortinspektion
  • Gustav Mahncke as Der Poriter der Cascade
  • Edith Meinel as Das Blumenmädchen in der Cascade
  • Benno Mueller as Ein Mann im Postamt
  • Hellmuth Passarge as Einer der Aufständigen
  • Paul Rehkopf as Ein Betrunkener
  • Ferry Reich as Der Wachhabende der Regimentskanzlei
  • Ferdinand Robert as Ein Gast bei Manja Dusan
  • Ernst Rotmund as Der Würstchenverkäufer
  • Bert Schmidt-Maris as Ein Gast in der Cascade
  • Willi Schur as 1. Polizist
  • Herbert Spalke as 2. Polizist
  • Margot Thilo as Marga, Annas Mädchen
  • Theodor Thony as Ein Stabsoffizier beim Kriegsminister
  • Otz Tollen as Ein General, Mitarbeiter des Kriegsministers
  • Jens von Hagen as Gast bei Manja Dusan
  • Eduard Wenck as Der Stationsvorsteher
  • Max Wilmsen as Der Angestellte im Postamt
  • Willy Witte as Ein Gast in der "Cascade"


  1. ^ Noack p.157


  • Noack, Frank. Veit Harlan: The Life and Work of a Nazi Filmmaker. University Press of Kentucky, 2016.

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