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The Abduction of the Sabine Women (1936 film)

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The Abduction of the Sabine Women
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Directed byRobert A. Stemmle
Written by
  • Robert A. Stemmle
  • Franz von Schönthan [de] (play)
  • Paul von Schönthan [de] (play)
Produced byCarl Froelich
Starring
CinematographyReimar Kuntze
Edited byAnna Höllering
Music byHarald Böhmelt
Production
company
Carl Froelich-Film
Distributed by
Release date
  • 1 March 1936 (1936-03-01)
Running time
93 minutes
CountryGermany
LanguageGerman

The Abduction of the Sabine Women (German: Der Raub der Sabinerinnen) is a 1936 German comedy film directed by Robert A. Stemmle and starring Bernhard Wildenhain, Max Gülstorff, and Maria Koppenhöfer. It was based on a play which has been adapted into films several times.[1]

The film's sets were designed by the art directors Walter Haag and Franz Schroedter.

Cast

  • Bernhard Wildenhain as Emanuel Striese, Theaterdirector
  • Max Gülstorff as Professor Martin Gollwitz
  • Maria Koppenhöfer as Friederike Gollwitz
  • Ilse Petri as Paula Gollwitz
  • Hilde Sessak as Marianne Neumeister
  • Hans Brausewetter as Dr. Leopold Neumeister
  • Lucie Höflich as Rosa, Dienstmädchen
  • Trude Hesterberg as Adelgunde Striese
  • Grethe Weiser as Gretchen von Tharau, Soubrette & Naive
  • Jupp Hussels as Emil Sterneck, 1. Liebhaber
  • Paul Westermeier as Karl Groß
  • Erika von Schaper as Lucie, Dienstmädchen
  • Walter Bienenstein as Romeo Striese
  • Ulla Gauglitz as Julia Striese
  • Waldemar Müller as Ferdinard Striese
  • Renate Howe as Luise Striese
  • Ibo Löschke as Hadubrand Striese
  • Heinz Förster-Ludwig as Karl Böllermann
  • Max Hochstetter as Balduin Pfeffer
  • Hugo Froelich as Wurzelmann, Souffleur
  • Horst Birr as Willi Methge, Oberprimaner
  • Rolf Müller as Schröder I, Oberprimaner
  • Peter Jäger as Schröder II, Oberprimaner
  • Lieselotte Moll-König as Melanie, Paulas Freundin

See also

References

  1. ^ Goble, p. 483.

Bibliography

  • Goble, Alan (1999). The Complete Index to Literary Sources in Film. Berlin: Walter de Gruyter. ISBN 978-3-11-095194-3.

External links

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