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The Last Year
The Last Year 1951 film.jpg
Directed by
Written by
  • Ludwig Turek (novel)
  • Richard Nicolas
  • Marieluise Steinhauer
Starring
CinematographyKarl Plintzner
Edited byAnneliese Schlüter
Music byHorst Hans Sieber
Production
company
Distributed byVEB Progress Film
Release date
12 April 1951
Running time
90 minutes
CountryEast Germany
LanguageGerman

The Last Year (German: Die letzte Heuer) is a 1951 East German drama film directed by E.W. Fiedler and Hans Heinrich and starring Inge Keller, Hans Klering and Hermann Stövesand.[1]

It was made by the state-controlled studio DEFA in communist East Germany. The film's sets were designed by Wilhelm Depenau and Artur Günther.

Cast

  • Inge Keller as Charly
  • Hans Klering as Heini Holler
  • Hermann Stövesand as Ferdinand
  • Peter Marx as Schorsch
  • Gustav Püttjer as Gustav
  • Ralf Siebert as Moses
  • Gerd Frickhöffer as Blague
  • Otto Stübler as Konsul
  • Reinhard Kolldehoff as Kommissar
  • Lutz Götz as Moulin
  • Peter Lehmbrock as 1. Heizer
  • Hans Rose as 2. Heizer
  • Werner Pledath as Kapitän
  • Helmut Bautzmann as Französischer Seemann
  • Johannes Bergfeldt as Holländischer Seemann
  • Maria Besendahl as Frau Primm
  • Albrecht Bethge as Höherer SS-Offizier
  • Louis Brody
  • Friedrich Wilhelm Dann as Englischer Dolmetscher
  • Georg Dücker as Deutscher Dolmetscher
  • Hans Fiebrandt as Gestapobeamter Möller
  • Ursula Friese as Hafenmädchen
  • Gerhard Gustke as Französischer Polizist
  • Hans Jaeckel as SS-Protokollführer
  • Wolf Kaiser as Langer SS-Mann
  • Johannes Knittel as Sekretär der ISH
  • Hans-Erich Korbschmitt as Gestapobeamter Schröder
  • Alwin Lippisch as Mexiaknischer Kapitän
  • Frank Michelis as Französischer Lagerarbeiter
  • Erwin Mosblech as Französischer Polizist
  • Gerda Müller as Hafenmädchen
  • Erich Nadler as Irischer Seemann
  • Willi Narloch as Spanischer Dolmetscher
  • Peter Peterz as Kanzleisekretär
  • Conrad Pfenning as SS-Arzt
  • Günther Polensen as Französischer Polizeioffizier
  • Hannes Ponsel as Gestapobeamter Franke
  • Herbert Richter as Bootsmann
  • Martin Rickelt as 1. deutscher Seemann
  • Michael Symo as 1. Offizier der »Tampico«
  • Friedrich Teitge as Ansager
  • Nico Turoff as Französischer Seemann
  • Christine von Trümbach as Frau Moulin

References

  1. ^ Reimer p.21

Bibliography

  • Dieter Reimer. DEFA-Stars. Militzke Verlag, 2004.

External links


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