Das Donkosakenlied

Directed by: Georgij Azagarov, Germany, 1929

Germany, 1929


Cast and Credits

Production
Distribution
Production Manager
Eugen Kürschner
Unit / Location Manager Eugen Kürschner
Director Georgij Azagarov [(as Georg Asagaroff)]
Assistant Director Georgij Azagarov
Scenario Georgij Azagarov [(as Georg Asagaroff)]
Director of Photography Alexander Lagorio
Curt Oertel
Composer Artur Guttmann
Art Director Jacek Rotmil [(as Jacek Rotmil)]
Costume Design Jacek Rotmil
Sound Engineer Jacek Rotmil
Cast Georg Heinrich Schnell [Fuerst Sagarin]
Hans Adalbert Schlettow [Viktor, his son]
Lien Deyers [Natascha, his Muendel]
Hugo Werner-Kahle [Governeur General Maljutow]
Ivan Koval-Samborskij
Fritz Greiner [Raeuberhauptmann]
Fritz Kampers [Mitjucha, Straefling]
Otto Kronburger [Rittmeister Wronsky]
Osip Runich [Basmanoff (as Osip Runitsch)]
Hertha von Walther [Ljubka, his Geliebte]
Harry Hardt
Sergej Jaroff und seine Donkosaken

Technical specifications
Locations or Studios: Mecklenburg
Category: Feature Film
Technical Details: Format: 35 mm, 1:1,33 - Ratio: 1:1,33 - Black and White,
Sound System: silent
First Screening: January 14, 1930 in Deutschland

Synopsis in German
Tragisch endende Liebesgeschichte: Der russische Fürst Viktor Gagarin heiratet heimlich Natascha, das Mündel des Gouverneurs Maljutow. Da dieser nicht damit einverstanden ist, kommt es zum Streit der beiden Männer, bei dem Viktor den Gouverneur erschiesst. Er wird verurteilt, nach Sibirien verbannt, flieht und wird Anführer einer Räuberbande. Als ausgerechnet Natascha in die Hände der Bande fällt, kommt es zum Kampf unter den Räubern. Das Messer, das für Gagarin bestimmt ist, trifft Natascha. Gagarin verliert den Lebensmut und geht ins Kloster. – In einer zweiten Fassung des Films stirbt Natascha am Ende nicht, sondern das Paar wandert in ein anderes Land aus. (www.filmportal.de)

General Information

Das Donkosakenlied is a motion picture produced in the year 1929 as a Germany production. The Film was directed by Georgij Azagarov, with Georg Heinrich Schnell, Hans Adalbert Schlettow, Lien Deyers, Hugo Werner-Kahle, Ivan Koval-Samborskij, in the leading parts. There are no reviews of Das Donkosakenlied available.

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