Der fallende Stern

Directed by: Harald Braun, Germany, 1950

Germany, 1950

Cast and Credits

Production Neue Deutsche Filmgesellschaft (NDF)
Production Manager Jacob Geis
Director Harald Braun
Assistant Director Rainer Geis
Scenario Harald Braun
Harald Braun
Director of Photography Richard Angst
Composer Werner Eisbrenner
Editor Werner Eisbrenner
Art Director Fritz Lück
Fritz Lück
Costume Design Alfred Bücken
Make-Up Irmgard Förster
Raimund Stangl
Cast Dieter Borsche [Lucius (1950) / Luciano (1910)]
Paul Dahlke [Viktor Hollreiser]
Harriett Gessner
Lisa Helwig [Die Alte]
Walter Kiaulehn [Wottke]
Werner Krauss [Lenura (1950) / Lenoir (1910)]
Elfriede Kuzmany [Alma Waurich]
Anne Lange [Alwine]
Georg Lehn [Muschnat]
Elisabeth Lindermeier [Saengerin]
Renate Mannhardt [Trude]
Theodolinde Müller [Frau Luschnat]
Rainer Penkert [Von Aster]
Gudrun Rabente [Inge]
Kurt Stieler [Vitus Aschenbach]
Kurt Stieler [Lore Hollreiser]
Kurt Stieler [Heilsarmee Offizierin]
Kurt Stieler [Elisabeth]
Bernhard Wicki [Lokomotivfuehrer Otto]
Maria Wimmer [Elisabeth Hollreiser]

Technical specifications
Technical Details: ,, 2907 meters
Sound System: not indicated
First Screening: December 19, 1950 in Hannover

General Information

Der fallende Stern is a motion picture produced in the year 1950 as a Germany production. The Film was directed by Harald Braun, with Harriett Gessner, Paul Dahlke, Lisa Helwig, Walter Kiaulehn, Werner Krauss, in the leading parts. We have currently no synopsis of this picture on file; There are no reviews of Der fallende Stern available.

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