Der schwarze Abt

Directed by: Franz Josef Gottlieb, Germany, 1963

Germany, 1963

Cast and Credits

Production Rialto Film Preben Philipsen
Producer Horst Wendlandt
Ausführender Produzent Erwin Gitt
Director Franz Josef Gottlieb
Scenario Franz Josef Gottlieb
Johannes Kai
Based on Edgar Wallace [Novel]
Director of Photography Richard Angst
Composer Martin Böttcher
Editor Hermann Haller
Art Director Walter Kutz
Siegfried Mews
Siegfried Mews
Cast Joachim Fuchsberger [Dick Alford]
Dieter Borsche [Harry Lord Chelford]
Grit Boettcher [Leslie Gine]
Charles Regnier [Inspektor Puddler]
Klaus Kinski [Thomas]
Eva Ingeborg Scholz [Mary Werner]
Harry Wüstenhagen [Arthur Gine]
Friedrich Schoenfelder [Dr. Loxon]
Alice Treff [Lady Chelford]
Eddi Arent [Kriminal-Assistent Horatio]
Werner Peters [Fabian Gilder]

Technical specifications
Category: Feature Film
Technical Details: Format: 35 mm - Black and White,Length: 84 minutes, 2420 meters
Sound System: Mono

General Information

Der schwarze Abt is a motion picture produced in the year 1963 as a Germany production. The Film was directed by Franz Josef Gottlieb, with Joachim Fuchsberger, Dieter Borsche, Grit Boettcher, Charles Regnier, Klaus Kinski, in the leading parts. We have currently no synopsis of this picture on file; There are no reviews of Der schwarze Abt available.

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