Die Weber

Directed by: Günter Gräwert, Germany, 1971

Germany, 1971

Cast and Credits

Production Sender Freies Berlin (SFB)
Director Günter Gräwert
Based on Gerhart Hauptmann [Play]
Director of Photography Gerhart Hauptmann
Art Director Gerhart Hauptmann
Cast Siegfried Lowitz [Fabrikant Dreissiger]
Siegfried Lowitz [Frau Dreissiger]
Heinz Meier [Expedient Pfeifer]
Hannes Kaetner [Kassierer Neumann]
Hannes Kaetner [Lehrling]
Günter Glaser [Kutscher Johann]
Max Grothusen [Guestwirt Welzel]
Max Grothusen [Luise Hilse]
Max Grothusen [Weinhold]
Fritz Rasp [The old Hilse]
Walter Riss [Gottlieb Hilse]
Karl Georg Saebisch [Pastor Kittelhaus]
Karl Georg Saebisch [Frau Kittelhaus]
Henning Schlüter [Polizeiverwalter Heide]
Lu Säuberlich [Frau Welzel]
Elsa Wagner [Mutter Hilse]

Technical specifications
Category: Television Film
Technical Details: Format: MAZ - Ratio: 4:3 - Color,Length: 101 minutes
Sound System: Ton
First Screening: June 6, 1971 in ARD

General Information

Die Weber is a motion picture produced in the year 1971 as a Germany production. The Film was directed by Günter Gräwert, with Siegfried Lowitz, , Heinz Meier, Hannes Kaetner, , in the leading parts. We have currently no synopsis of this picture on file; There are no reviews of Die Weber available.

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