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The Kreutzer Sonata (1937 film)

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The Kreutzer Sonata
The Kreutzer Sonata (1937 film).jpg
Directed byVeit Harlan
Written by
Produced byGeorg Witt
Starring
CinematographyOtto Baecker
Edited byWalter von Bonhorst
Music byErnst Roters
Production
companies
  • Georg Witt-Film
  • UFA
Distributed byUFA
Release date
  • 11 February 1937 (1937-02-11)
Running time
85 minutes
CountryGermany
LanguageGerman

The Kreutzer Sonata (German: Die Kreutzersonate) is a 1937 German drama film directed by Veit Harlan and starring Lil Dagover, Peter Petersen and Albrecht Schoenhals.[1] It was based on the 1889 novella of the same name by Leo Tolstoy.

The film's art direction was by Otto Hunte and Willy Schiller.

Cast

  • Lil Dagover as Jelaina Posdnyschew
  • Peter Petersen as Andrej Posdnyschew
  • Albrecht Schoenhals as Gregor Tuchatschewsky
  • Hilde Körber as Gruschenka
  • Walter Werner as Dr. Raskin
  • Wolfgang Kieling as Wassja
  • Paul Bildt as Anwalt im Zugabteil
  • Heinz Berghaus as Jungvermälter im Zugabteil
  • Ilse Cotence as Dirne Lisawetha
  • Margot Erbst as Landarbeiterin Marfa
  • Hugo Flink as Gast bei Andrei
  • Gabriele Hoffmann as Baronin auf Andrejs Fest
  • Edith Linn as Fräulein im Zugabteil
  • Paul Adalbert Ebelt as Gast auf Andrejs Fest
  • Leo Peukert as Impresario Stansky
  • Franz Pollandt as Troikakutscher
  • Werner Siegert as Kartenspieler Maxim Wassilowitsch
  • Armin Schweizer as Alter Mann im Zugabteil
  • Lotte Spira as Fürstin auf Andrejs Fest
  • Max Wilmsen as Ober im Wiesbadener Lokal
  • Bruno Ziener as Diener Iwan
  • Ellen Becker as 1. Verehrerin Gregors
  • Friedl Hampter as Verehrerin Gregors
  • Gertrud Hartwig as 3. Verehrerin Gregors
  • Inge Stratner as Verehrerin Gregors
  • Mussia Gürtler as Dienstmädchen Kitty
  • Peter Busse as 1. Konzertbesucher in Wiesbaden
  • Fritz Draeger as 2. Konzertbesucher in Wiesbaden
  • Paul Ludwig Frey as 3. Konzertbesucher in Wiesbaden
  • Werner Pledath as Hotelgast
  • Ingeborg Carlsson as Blondine im Hotelspeisesaal
  • Günther Lüders

References

  1. ^ Rentschler p. 167

Bibliography

  • Rentschler, Eric (1996). The Ministry of Illusion: Nazi Cinema and Its Afterlife. Harvard University Press. ISBN 978-0-674-57640-7.

External links

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