Directed by: Georgij Azagarov, Germany, 1931

Germany, 1931

Cast and Credits

Production Gnom-Tonfilm GmbH., Berlin
Producer Gnom-Tonfilm GmbH., Berlin
Production Manager Gnom-Tonfilm GmbH., Berlin
Unit / Location Manager Kurt Ulrich
Director Georgij Azagarov [(as Georg Asagaroff)]
Scenario Curt J. Braun
Director of Photography Karl Hasselmann
Composer Will Meisel
Art Director Ferdinand Bellan
Alexander Ferenczy
Make-Up Alexander Ferenczy
Cast Hans Rehmann [Stefan Bigger, Schriftsteller]
Gerda Maurus [Charlotte Breda, his Verlobte]
Hans Brausewetter [Rudi Helling, Zeichner]
Trude Berliner [Erika, dancer]
Sig Arno [Bolo, ein Erfinder]
Hermann Speelmans [Markutius, pensionierter Kriminalbeamter]
Hugo Werner-Kahle [Untersuchungsrichter]
Gerhard Bienert [2 Kommissar]
Hugo Fischer-Köppe [Stromer]
Bernhard Goetzke [1 Kommissar]
Bernhard Goetzke [Verteidiger]
Géza L. Weisz [Caesar]

Technical specifications
Category: Feature Film
Technical Details: Format: 35 mm, 1:1,37 - Ratio: 1:1,37 - Black and White,
Sound System: Mono
First Screening: February 6, 1931 in

General Information

Schachmatt is a motion picture produced in the year 1931 as a Germany production. The Film was directed by Georgij Azagarov, with Hans Rehmann, Gerda Maurus, Hans Brausewetter, Trude Berliner, Sig Arno, in the leading parts. We have currently no synopsis of this picture on file; There are no reviews of Schachmatt available.

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