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Directed byJürgen von Alten
Written byHeinz Bierkowski
Walter Forster
Produced byCurt Prickler
StarringPaul Hartmann
Renate Müller
Heinz Salfner
Paul Otto
CinematographyReimar Kuntze
Benno Stinauer
Edited byRoger von Norman
Music byHenri Rene
Distributed byTobis-Sascha Film (Austria)
Release date
  • 12 February 1937 (1937-02-12)
Running time
99 minutes

Togger is a 1937 German drama film directed by Jürgen von Alten and starring Paul Hartmann, Renate Müller, Heinz Salfner. It was Müller's final film before her mysterious death the same year. The making of the film was portrayed in the 1960 film Sweetheart of the Gods.[1]

Selected cast

  • Paul Hartmann as Chefredakteur Togger
  • Renate Müller as Hanna Breitenbach
  • Heinz Salfner as Professor Breitenbach
  • Paul Otto as Rudolf Breitenbach
  • Mathias Wieman as Peter Geis, journalist
  • Hilde Seipp as Maira de Costa
  • Fritz Odemar as Mariano
  • Ernst Waldow as Agent Rakovicz
  • Fritz Rasp as Dublanc
  • Ursula Herking as bar servant Fiffi
  • Volker von Collande as editor Hallmann
  • Carl Auen as detective
  • Fredy Barten as waiter
  • Walter Bechmann as Government official
  • Fritz Berghof as journalist at the Ministerial Conference
  • Hellmuth Bergmann as Chairman of the journalists at Reuler Group
  • Eduard Bornträger as cultural journalist at the "New Day"
  • Peter Busse as Romanian journalist
  • Ellinor Büller as guest at Maria de Costa
  • Bernhard Caspar as typesetter at the print shop
  • Kurt Cramer as journalist
  • Gustaf Dennert as Romanian journalist
  • Fritz Dernburg as publishing director
  • Fritz Draeger as a spectator at the bike race
  • Hanns Farenburg as a ministerial councilor
  • Angelo Ferrari as Italian journalist
  • Karl Fochler as guest at Maria de Costa
  • Walter Franck as Berg, editor of the "New Day"
  • Gerdi Gerdt as smoking girl
  • Reinhold Gronert as Ein streikender Setzer bei Breitenbach
  • Illo Gutschwager as Taxi driver
  • Karl Hannemann as Member of Parliament
  • Emmy Harold as Dublanc's secretary
  • Karl Hellmer as Polle, editor of the "New Day"
  • Alfred Heynisch as company's manager of the "New Day"
  • Hans Ludwig Hilmers as Ein streikender Arbeiter
  • Oskar Höcker as typesetter at the print shop
  • Georg Kalkum as typesetter at the print shop
  • Alfred Kiwitt as Weber, an editor with a toothache
  • Maria Krahn as Frau Hollin, Sekretärin
  • Viggo Larsen as journalist at the Ministerial conference
  • Kurt Lauermann as typesetter at the print shop
  • Herbert Lindner
  • Hans Meyer-Hanno as agitator
  • Hermann Noack as Ein weiterer Redakteur
  • Klaus Pohl as foreman of the printer
  • Arthur Reppert as Works council member
  • André Saint-Germain as French journalist
  • Walter Schenk as journalist at the Ministerial conference
  • Just Scheu as journalist at the Ministerial conference
  • F. W. Schröder-Schrom as Wölfer, editor of the "New Day"
  • Hans Sobierayski as Polish journalist
  • Wolfgang Staudte as Streikender setzer bei breitenbach
  • Ernst Stimmel as proofreader
  • Otz Tollen as Business section editor
  • Werner Uberschär as journalist at the Ministerial conference
  • Eugen von Bongardt as journalist at the Ministerial conference
  • Michael von Newlinsky as journalist from the Reuler Group
  • Erika von Schaper as guest at Maria de Costa
  • Paul Wagner as member of the Ministerial Council
  • Walter Werner as Andreas's father
  • Hugo Werner-Kahle
  • Paul Westermeier as ambulance man
  • Eugen Worm


  1. ^ Hake, Sabine (2001). Popular Cinema of the Third Reich. Austin, TX: University of Texas Press. p. 219. doi:10.7560/734579. ISBN 0292734581. JSTOR 10.7560/734579.

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