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Signal in the Night

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Signal in the Night
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Directed byRichard Schneider-Edenkoben
Produced byHelmut Schreiber
Written byFred Hildenbrand
Richard Schneider-Edenkoben
Based onDie graue Schwester (play)
by Paul Hensel-Haerdrich
StarringSybille Schmitz
Inge List
Hannes Stelzer
Music byRudolf Perak
CinematographyKarl Löb
Distributed byTobis Film
Tobis-Sascha Film (Austria)
Release date
1 October 1937
Running time
87 minutes

Signal in the Night (German: Signal in der Nacht) is a 1937 German war drama film directed by Richard Schneider-Edenkoben and starring Sybille Schmitz, Inge List and Hannes Stelzer.[1] Location shooting took place at Grünwald Castle and around Bad Reichenhall in Bavaria.

A young Austrian woman marries an Italian count without really being in love with him, while secretly being admired by an Austrian Captain. Things are complicated by the outbreak of the First World War in which the two countries become enemies.



  1. ^ Moeller p.74


  • Moeller, Felix. The Film Minister: Goebbels and the Cinema in the Third Reich. Axel Menges, 2000.

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