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War in Peace
Directed byCarl Boese
Written byEmanuel Alfieri
Produced byArthur Bredow
Starring
CinematographyJulius Reinwald
Production
company
Henny Porten-Froelich-Produktion
Distributed byInternationale Film-AG
Release date
30 March 1925
CountryGermany
Languages

War in Peace (German: Krieg im Frieden) is a 1925 German silent film directed by Carl Boese and starring Trude Berliner, Hans Sternberg, and Charles Willy Kayser.[1] [2]

The film's sets were designed by the art director Fritz Kraencke.

Cast

  • Alfred Walters as von Etvös, ungarischer General
  • Trude Berliner as Ilka von Etvös - Tochter des Generals
  • Lillibel Schroth as Lony, Ilkas Zofe
  • Hans Sternberg as Kommerzienrat Heindorf
  • Magda Elgen as Mathilde von Hochberg
  • Alfred Krafft-Lortzing as Oskar - Gymnasiast
  • Hermann Blaß as Bürgermeister Henkel
  • Helene Voß as Sophie - seine robuste Ehehälfte
  • Käte Kassner as Else
  • Siegfried Berisch as Bommel - sein Gehilfe
  • Wilhelm Chandron as General von Sonnenfels
  • Charles Willy Kayser as Oberleutnant von Folgen
  • Henri Peters-Arnolds as Leutnant von Reif Reiflingen
  • Hugo Fischer-Köppe as Meyer - der strammste Unteroffizier der Armee
  • Rudolf Maas as Fritz - Bursche bei Reif
  • Else Reval as Minna - der Küchendragoner bei Heindorf
  • Ernst A. Becker as Diener bei Heindorf
  • Max Schreck as Apotheker

References

Bibliography

  • Gerhard Lamprecht. Deutsche Stummfilme, Volume 8.

External links

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