Schwarzer Kies

Black Gravel

Directed by: Helmut Käutner, Germany, 1961

Germany, 1961

Cast and Credits

Production Universum-Film AG (UFA), Berlin
Director Helmut Käutner
Scenario Helmut Käutner
Helmut Käutner
Story Helmut Käutner
Helmut Käutner
Cast Helmut Käutner [Inge Gaines]
Helmut Käutner [Robert Neidhardt]
Wolfgang Büttner [Otto Krahne]
Anita Höfer [Elli]
Peter Nestler [Bill Rodgers]
Edeltraut Elsner [Anni Peel]
Hans Cossy [John Gaines]
Max Buchsbaum [Loeb]
O.A. Buck [Roettger]
Erich Buschardt [Wuensch]
Gisela Fischer [Margot]
Guy Gehrke [Wiechers Jr.]
Ursula Gütschow [Frau Hoesch]
Else Knott [Frau Marbach]
Georg Lobewein [Huelsenbeck]
Karl Luley [The old Roessler]
Ilse Pagé [Karla]
Ilse Pagé [Reiss]
Ilse Pagé [Brockmann]
Ilse Pagé [Eric Moeller]

Technical specifications
Category: Feature Film
Technical Details: Format: 35 mm, 1:1,66 - Ratio: 1:1,66 - Black and White,Length: 110 minutes
Sound System: Mono
First Screening: April 13, 1961 in Stuttgart

General Information

Schwarzer Kies is a motion picture produced in the year 1961 as a Germany production. The Film was directed by Helmut Käutner, with , , Wolfgang Büttner, Anita Höfer, Peter Nestler, in the leading parts. We have currently no synopsis of this picture on file; There are no reviews of Schwarzer Kies available.

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