Directed by: Karl Mantzius, Danmark, 1916

Danmark, 1916
Szenenphoto aus Penge, © Nordisk Films Kompagni

Cast and Credits

Production Nordisk Films Kompagni [N° 1236]
Distribution Fotorama, Aarhus
Director Karl Mantzius
Scenario Carl Theodor Dreyer
Based on Emile Zola [Novel]
Cast Karl Mantzius [Saccard]
Robert Schyberg [Hamelin, ingeniør, Saccards ven]
Augusta Blad [Fru Caroline, Hamelins søster]
Peter Nielsen [Gundermann, bankier]
Carl Lauritzen [Rougon, minister, Saccards bror]
Frederik Jacobsen [Déjoie, kammertjener hos Saccard]
Christian Schrøder [Busch]
Svend Aggerholm [Mazaud, veksellerer]
Lily Frederiksen [Mazauds barn]
Aage Hertel [Daigremont, rigmand]
Alma Hinding [Mazauds hustru]
Erik Holberg [Sabatini]
Peter Jørgensen [Huret, deputeret]
Peter Jørgensen [Mo'r Méchain]
Torben Meyer
Oscar Nielsen
Oscar Nielsen

Technical specifications
Category: Feature Film
Technical Details: Format: 35 mm, 1:1,33 - Ratio: 1:1,33 - Black and White,
Sound System: silent
First Screening: January 1, 1916 in Kopenhagen, Palads
Survival Status: Only Fragments of this picture exist

General Information

Penge is a motion picture produced in the year 1916 as a Danmark production. The Film was directed by Karl Mantzius, with Karl Mantzius, Robert Schyberg, Augusta Blad, Peter Nielsen, Carl Lauritzen, in the leading parts. We have currently no synopsis of this picture on file; There are no reviews of Penge available.

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