Die 999. Nacht

Directed by: Fred Sauer, Germany, 1919

Germany, 1919

Cast and Credits

Production Erna Morena-Film GmbH.
Distribution Erna Morena-Film GmbH.
Producer Erna Morena
Director Fred Sauer
Scenario Maria Ettlinger
Art Director Ernst Stern
Cast Erna Morena [Sheherazade / Halima]
Hans Albers [Nureddin]
Ludwig Hartau [Kalif]
Albert Paul [Minister]
Paul Morgan [Kaemmerling]
Robert Forsch [Sklavenhaendler Ibrahim]
Jale Singer [Sobeideh]
Bernhard Goetzke [Vezier [In der Rahmenhandlung]]
Raoul Lange [[In der Rahmenhandlung] King (as Raoul de Lange)]
Lilli Lohrer [Dunyazadh [In der Rahmenhandlung] [is female]]

Technical specifications
Category: Feature Film
Technical Details: Format: 35 mm, 1:1,33 - Ratio: 1:1,33 - Black and White,, 2000 feet, 5 reels
Sound System: silent
First Screening: February 1920 in Berlin, Kant-Lichtspiele

General Information

Die 999. Nacht is a motion picture produced in the year 1919 as a Germany production. The Film was directed by Fred Sauer, with Erna Morena, Hans Albers, Ludwig Hartau, Albert Paul, Paul Morgan, in the leading parts. We have currently no synopsis of this picture on file; There are no reviews of Die 999. Nacht available.

Bibliography - Gerhard Lamprecht, Deutsche Stummfilme 1919, pg. 240
- Erste Internationale Kinematographenzeitschrift No. 12/13, 1920
- Lichtbildbühne No. 3, 1920
- Rhein. Filmkunstbühne No. 4, 1920
- Filmkurier No. 51, 1920
- Kinematograph No. 686, 1920
- Lichtbildbühne No. 9x, 1920
- Lichtbildbühne No. 3, 1920
- lebende Bild (lb) No. 19/20, 1919
- Lichtbildbühne No. 10, 1920
- Filmkunst/Haase No. 4/5, 1920
- Kinematograph No. 687, 1920

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