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The Case of Colonel Redl

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The Case of Colonel Redl
Directed byKarl Anton
Written byAlfred Schirokauer
Benno Vigny
Based onThe Case of Colonel Redl by Egon Erwin Kisch
Produced byJosef Stein
StarringTheodor Loos
Lil Dagover
Otto Hartmann
CinematographyEduard Hoesch
Václav Vích
Music byWilly Engel-Berger
Sonor Film
Distributed bySüd-Film
Release date
27 February 1931
Running time
82 minutes

The Case of Colonel Redl (German: Der Fall des Generalstabs-Oberst Redl) is a 1931 German spy drama film directed by Karl Anton and starring Theodor Loos, Lil Dagover and Otto Hartmann. It was co-production between the Prague-based company Elektafilm and Sonor Film. A separate Czech-language film The Affair of Colonel Redl was also produced.[1] It was based on a 1924 novel of the same title by Egon Kisch, based on the story of Alfred Redl.


In the years leading up to the First World War, Colonel Redl of the Austrian army acts as a double agent for enemy powers.


  • Theodor Loos as Oberst Alfred Redl
  • Lil Dagover as Vera Nikolayevna
  • Otto Hartmann as Stephan Dolan, Ulanenleutnant
  • Friedrich Hölzlin as Marchenko
  • Alexander Murski as Daragaieff, russischer Spion
  • Werner Jansch as Der Chef des russischen Spionageddienstes in Petersburg
  • Michael von Newlinsky as Der russische Botschafter in Wien
  • Willy Bauer as General Conrad von Hoetzendorf, Chef des Generalstabs der Österrichischen Armee
  • Magnus Stifter as Oberst Umanizky, Chef des Evidenzbüros in Wien
  • Hans Götz as Ein Erzherzog
  • Dr. Weinmann as Der Korpskommandant von Prag
  • Philipp Veit as Der Polizeipräsident von Wien
  • Leo Dudek as Erster Detektiv
  • Rudolf Stadler as Zweiter Detektiv
  • Truda Grosslichtová as Franzi
  • Luigi Bernauer as Ein Stimmungssänger im Wiener 'Trocadero'


  1. ^ Von Dassanowsky p.337


  • Von Dassanowsky, Robert. Screening Transcendence: Film Under Austrofascism and the Hollywood Hope, 1933-1938. Indiana University Press, 2018

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