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The Hour of Temptation

From Wikipedia, the free encyclopedia

The Hour of Temptation
The Hour of Temptation.jpg
Directed byPaul Wegener
Written byErich Ebermayer
Produced by
Starring
CinematographyKarl Hasselmann
Edited byFritz C. Mauch
Music byGiuseppe Becce
Production
company
Distributed byUFA
Release date
  • 29 September 1936 (1936-09-29)
Running time
75 minutes
CountryGermany
LanguageGerman

The Hour of Temptation (German: Die Stunde der Versuchung) is a 1936 German mystery film directed by Paul Wegener and starring Gustav Fröhlich, Lída Baarová and Harald Paulsen.[1]

The film's sets were designed by Karl Machus and Otto Moldenhauer.

Cast

  • Gustav Fröhlich as Lawyer Dr. Leuttern
  • Lída Baarová as Irene - seine Frau
  • Harald Paulsen as MacNorris - ein Frauenheld
  • Theodor Loos as Geheimrat Rüdiger
  • Elisabeth Wendt as Alice - seine Frau
  • Bruno Ziener as Bürovorsteher Neumann
  • Curt Cappi as Konsul Dittrich
  • Margot Erbst as Seine Frau
  • Margarete Lanner as Frau Dr. Rübsam
  • Hertha Guthmar as Fräulein von Birkenfeld
  • Walter Gross as Billy Miller - MacNorris' Freund
  • Rudolf Klein-Rogge as Kriminalrat Brandt
  • Karl Platen as Logenschließer in der Oper
  • Josefine Dora as Garderobenfrau in der Oper
  • Clemens Adrijenko as Herzog von Mantua in 'Rigoletto'
  • Ludwig Körner as Rigoletto in 'Rigoletto'
  • Gotthold Ditter as Graf Monterone in 'Rigoletto'
  • Wilhelm Spering as Graf Ceprano in 'Rigoleto'
  • Erna Westenberger as Gräfin Ceprano in 'Rigoletto'
  • Edwin Heyer as Marullo in 'Rigoletto'
  • Rudolf Schramm as Borsa in 'Rigoletto'
  • Egon Balogh as Pferdepfleger im Reitclub
  • Ursula Friese as Leutterns Dienstmädchen Marie
  • Emmerich Hanus as Beamter der Mordkommission
  • Loni Heuser as Barsängerin
  • Paul Hildebrandt as Beamter der Mordkommission
  • Gustav Mahncke as Diener in der Oper
  • Edith Meinel as Leutterns Stenotypistin Fräulein Meinel
  • Odette Orsy as Gardrobiere in der Künstlerloge
  • Georg A. Profé as Sekretär bei Dr. Leuttern
  • Alfred Pussert as Polizeifotograf
  • Kurt von Ruffin as Irenes Bekannter Geiger
  • Maria Wieke as Geigers Begleiterin
  • Kurt Baumann-Grandeit as Geschäftsführer der Bar
  • Charlotte Dahler as Blumenverkäuferin
  • Erwin Ebbers as Kriminalbeamter
  • Illo Gutschwager as Polizeifotograf
  • Karl Hannemann as Kriminalkommissar März
  • Heinrich Krill as Bargast
  • Ida Krill as Bargast
  • Rudolf Kölling as Choreograf
  • Herrmann Luddecke as Opernregisseur
  • Werner Jörg Lüddecke as Opernregisseur
  • Kurt Richards as Tangotänzer
  • Alfred Stratmann as Kriminalbeamter

References

  1. ^ Kreimeier p. 245

Bibliography

  • Kreimeier, Klaus (1999). The Ufa Story: A History of Germany's Greatest Film Company, 1918–1945. University of California Press. ISBN 978-0-520-22069-0.

External links

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