Cagliostro

Directed by: Richard Oswald, France, Germany, 1929

France, Germany, 1929
Plakatmotiv Cagliostro, © , Films Albatros


Cast and Credits

Production
Les Films Albatros
Producer Alexandre Kamenka
Production Manager Alexandre Kamenka
Unit / Location Manager Siegfried Dessauer
Director Richard Oswald
Scenario Herbert Juttke
Georg C. Klaren
Based on Alexandre Dumas [Novel]
Story Alexandre Dumas [Novel]
Director of Photography Maurice Desfassiaux
Jean Dréville
Jules Kruger
Art Director Alexander Ferenczy
Lazare Meerson
Costume Design Eugène Lourié
Weiteres Team Marcel Carné [Kameraassistent]
Cast Alfred Abel [Prinz Rohan]
Suzanne Bianchetti [Marie-Antoinette]
Andrée Canti
Roger Carl
Percy Day [Astronom]
Rina de Liguoro [Laura]
Georges Deneubourg [Basange]
Donnio [Chevreau]
Charles Dullin [Espada]
Andrews Engelmann
Renée Héribel [Lorenza]
Ivan Koval-Samborskij [Benito, Cagliostros servant]
Jenny Luxeuil
Ila Meery [Jeanne de la Motte]
Teddy Michaut
Jules Moy [Bohmer]
Nikolas Rimskij
Hans Stüwe [Cagliostro]
Hans Stüwe [Herzogin von Mittau]
Hans Stüwe [Ludwig XVI.]

Technical specifications
Technical Details: Black and White,, 3241 meters, 10 reels
Sound System: not indicated
First Screening: April 4, 1929 in Leipzig, U.T.-Lichtspiele

General Information

Cagliostro is a motion picture produced in the year 1929 as a France, Germany production. The Film was directed by Richard Oswald, with Andrews Engelmann, Suzanne Bianchetti, Andrée Canti, Roger Carl, Percy Day, in the leading parts. We have currently no synopsis of this picture on file; There are no reviews of Cagliostro available.

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