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The Call of the Sea

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The Call of the Sea
The Call of the Sea.jpg
Directed byEduard Kubat
Written by
  • Jan Petersen
  • Otto Bernhard Wendler
Starring
CinematographyEmil Schünemann
Edited byRuth Schreiber
Music byHorst Hans Sieber
Production
company
Distributed byProgress Film
Release date
17 December 1951
Running time
86 minutes
CountryEast Germany
LanguageGerman

The Call of the Sea or The Oceans Are Calling (German: Die Meere rufen) is a 1951 East German drama film directed by Eduard Kubat and starring Hans Klering, Käte Alving and Evamaria Bath. A defector to West Germany returns to the East having become disillusioned by capitalist society.[1]

It was made by the state-owned DEFA studio. The film's art direction was by Artur Günther.

Cast

  • Hans Klering as Ernst Reinhardt
  • Käte Alving as Ida Reinhardt, dessen Frau
  • Evamaria Bath as Gisela Reinhardt, beider Kind
  • Helmut Ahner as Walter Reinhardt - beider Kind
  • Herbert Richter as Franz Nölte
  • Magdalene von Nußbaum as Emmi Nölte, seine Frau
  • Viola Recklies as Inge Nölte, beider Kind
  • Hans-Joachim Martens as Heinz Nölte, beider Kind
  • Günther Ballier as Fischer Thomsen
  • Fredy Barten as Erich Pascholle
  • Albrecht Bethge as Auktionator
  • Elfie Dugall as Trude
  • Martin Flörchinger as Kurt Schöller
  • Harry Gillmann
  • Oskar Höcker as Fischmakler
  • Kurt Jung-Alsen
  • Herbert Kiper as Bürgermeister Gubitz
  • Hans-Erich Korbschmitt
  • Alfred Maack as Klüterbau
  • Hans Maikowski as Hans Freese
  • Willi Narloch as Richard Schweikert
  • Wolfgang-Erich Parge as Karl Lamprecht
  • Gustav Püttjer as Hein Bachmann
  • Ursula Rank as Käte Flemming
  • Johannes Schmidt as Heinrich Stüber
  • Walter B. Schulz as Wilhelm Lehmann
  • Friedrich Siemers as Dieter Specht
  • Friedrich Teitge as Regierungsbeamter
  • Christine von Trümbach
  • Siegfried Weiß
  • Teddy Wulff

References

  1. ^ Liehm & Liehm p.91

Bibliography

  • Liehm, Mira & Liehm, Antonín J. The Most Important Art: Eastern European Film After 1945. University of California Press, 1977.

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