Die Nacht in Venedig

Directed by: Paul Verhoeven, , Germany, 1941

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Cast and Credits

Director Paul Verhoeven
Scenario Lotte Neumann [As Charlotte H. Diller]
Walter Wassermann
Director of Photography Friedl Behn-Grund
Composer Franz Doelle
Willi Lachner
Willi Lachner
Art Director Franz Bi
Cast Heidemarie Hatheyer [Annemarie Pless]
Lizzi Waldmüller [Vilma Berner]
Hans Nielsen [Dr. Nikolaus Roll]
Harald Paulsen [Peter Laurentz]
Erich Ponto [Direktor Schmitz]
Paul Henckels [Direktor Winand]
Erika von Thellmann [Olly]
Gerta Böttcher
Gerta Böttcher
Harry Hardt
Ursula Herking
Melanie Horeschowsky
Wilhelm Paul Krüger [Theaterinspizient (not credited)]
Walter Lieck
Edith Oss
Leo Peukert
Paul Samson-Körner
Paul Samson-Körner
Walter Steinbeck
Walter Steinbeck
Paul Verhoeven
Kurt Vespermann
Kurt Vespermann
Kurt Vespermann
Kurt Vespermann

Technical specifications
Technical Details: Format: 35 mm - Black and White,Length: 88 minutes, 2590 meters, 24 frames per second
Sound System: mono
First Screening: April 2, 1942 in

General Information

Die Nacht in Venedig is a motion picture produced in the year 1941 as a Germany production. The Film was directed by Paul Verhoeven, with Heidemarie Hatheyer, Lizzi Waldmüller, Hans Nielsen, Harald Paulsen, Erich Ponto, in the leading parts. We have currently no synopsis of this picture on file; There are no reviews of Die Nacht in Venedig available.

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