Die Frauengasse von Algier

The Streets of Algiers, Musa Samarra

Directed by: Wolfgang Hoffmann-Harnisch, Germany, 1927

Germany, 1927
Szenenphoto aus Die Frauengasse von Algier, © Universum-Film AG (UFA), Berlin

Cast and Credits

Production Universum-Film AG (UFA), Berlin
Director Wolfgang Hoffmann-Harnisch
Scenario Robert Reinert
Director of Photography Carl Hoffmann
Art Director Hans Jacoby
Hans Jacoby
Cast Maria Jacobini [Frau Brisson / Musa Samarra]
Camilla Horn [Adrienne Brisson, daughter]
Warwick Ward [Nicola Molescu]
Jean Bradin [Staatsanwold René Cadillac]
Elizza La Porta [Mira]
Hans Adalbert Schlettow [Miras Bruder]
Frigga Braut [1. Waerterin]
Karl Etlinger [Notar Bernasquez]
Maria Forescu [2. Waerterin]
Georg John [Portier]
Egon Erwin Kisch [Bettler]
Paul Otto [Colonel Guignard]
Lydia Potechina [Adriennes Gesellschafterin]
Franz Schafheitlin
Vicky Werckmeister

Technical specifications
Shooting Period: 1926: November - December
Locations or Studios: Algiers und Umgebung
Technical Details: Format: 35 mm - Black and White,, 2342 meters
Sound System: silent
First Screening: May 10, 1927 in Berlin, UFA Palast am Zoo

General Information

Die Frauengasse von Algier is a motion picture produced in the year 1927 as a Germany production. The Film was directed by Wolfgang Hoffmann-Harnisch, with Maria Jacobini, Camilla Horn, Warwick Ward, Jean Bradin, Elizza La Porta, in the leading parts. We have currently no synopsis of this picture on file; There are no reviews of Die Frauengasse von Algier available.

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