Die Schmetterlingsschlacht

Directed by: Franz Eckstein, , Germany, 1924

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Cast and Credits

Production National-Film AG, Berlin
Director Franz Eckstein
Scenario Rosa Porten
Willy Rath
Willy Rath
Director of Photography Franz Stein
Art Director Max Frick
Cast Paul Bildt [C. Winkelmann]
Hans Brausewetter [Wilhelm Vogel]
Gregori Chmara [Max Winkelmann]
Lori Leux [Else, aelteste daughter von Frau Mergentheim]
Asta Nielsen [Rosi Hergentheim]
Mary Parker [Laura Hergentheim]
Adele Sandrock [Verw. Regierungsraetin Hergentheim]
Reinhold Schünzel [Richard Kessler, Reisender]

Technical specifications
Technical Details: Format: 35 mm - Black and White,, 2635 meters
Sound System: silent
First Screening: November 14, 1924 in Berlin, Alhambra

General Information

Die Schmetterlingsschlacht is a motion picture produced in the year 1924 as a Germany production. The Film was directed by Franz Eckstein, with Reinhold Schünzel, Hans Brausewetter, Gregori Chmara, Lori Leux, Asta Nielsen, in the leading parts. We have currently no synopsis of this picture on file; There are no reviews of Die Schmetterlingsschlacht available.



References in Databases

Deutsches Institut für Filmkunde Nr. 17448
KinoTV Database Nr. 38704

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