Wilhelm Tell

Directed by: Rudolf Dworsky, Rudolf Walther-Fein, , Switzerland, Germany, 1923

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    Cast and Credits

    Producer Althoff-Ambos-Film AG (Aafa), Berlin
    Unit / Location Manager Fritz Feld
    Director Rudolf Dworsky
    Rudolf Walther-Fein
    Scenario Willy Rath
    Director of Photography Toni Mulleneisen
    Guido Seeber
    Composer Armin Brunner [Restaurierte Fassung]
    Art Director Rudi Feld
    Ernst Stern
    Costume Design Rudi Feld
    Cast Hans Marr [Wilhelm Tell]
    Conrad Veidt [Hermann Gessler, Reichsvogt in Schwiz und Uri]
    Eduard von Winterstein [Werner Stauffacher]
    Otto Gebühr [Heinrich Melchthal]
    Xenia Desni [Hedwig Tell]
    Agnes Straub [Stauffacherin]
    Erna Morena [Bertha Bruneck, eine reiche Erbin]
    Käte Haack [Agi, her Gesellschafterin]
    Theodor Becker [Konrad Baumgarten]
    Wilhelm Diegelmann [Der Stier von Uri]
    Carl Ebert [Arnold, Melchtals son]
    Max Gülstorff [Attinghausen]
    Erich Kaiser-Titz [Kaiser Albrecht I.]
    Fritz Kampers [Rudolf der Harra]
    Robert Leffler [Roesselmann, der Pfarrer]
    Willi Müller [Walter, Tells Knabe]
    Josef Peterhans [Landenberger, Landvogt von Unterwalden]
    Hanspeter Peterhans [Wilhelm, Tells Knabe]
    Emil Rameau [Der Kanzler]
    Grete Reinwald [Armgard, Baumgarten's wife]
    Johannes Riemann [Ulrich von Rudenz]
    Hermann Vallentin [Wolffenschießen, Burgvogt auf Roßberg]

    Technical specifications
    Category: Feature Film
    Technical Details: Format: 35 mm, 1:1,33 - Black and White,Length: 90 minutes
    Sound System: silent
    First Screening: August 23, 1923 in Berlin, Marmorhaus
    First Censorship: June 22, 1923
    Survival Status: Prints of this picture exist

    Wilhelm Tell is a motion picture produced in the year 1923 as a Switzerland, Germany production. The Film was directed by Rudolf Dworsky, Rudolf Walther-Fein, with Hans Marr, Conrad Veidt, Eduard von Winterstein, Otto Gebühr, Xenia Desni, in the leading parts. The movie had its first screening on August 23, 1923 in Berlin, Marmorhaus. We have currently no synopsis of this picture on file; There are no reviews of Wilhelm Tell available.

    Bibliography La cinémathèque Suisse # 123, pg 33f; Hervé Dumont, Geschichte des Schweizer
    Films, 1896-1965, Cinémathèque Suisse, Lausanne 1987 (Nr. 43)

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