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Alraune (1952 film)

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Director  Arthur Maria Rabenalt
Music director  Werner R. Heymann
6.1/10 IMDb

Genre  Horror, Sci-Fi
Screenplay  Kurt Heuser
Country  West Germany
Alraune (1952 film) movie poster
Release date  October 23, 1952 (1952-10-23) (Germany)
Based on  Alraune  by Hanns Heinz Ewers
Writer  Hanns Heinz Ewers (novel), Kurt Heuser
Initial release  October 23, 1952 (West Germany)
Cast  Hildegard Knef (Alraune), Erich von Stroheim (Jacob ten Brinken), Karlheinz Böhm (Frank Braun), Harry Meyen (Count Geroldingen), Harry Halm (Doctor Mohn), Hans Cossy (Mathieu)
Similar movies  Paprika, Knock Knock, Back to the Future, Django Unchained, Forrest Gump, Jamon Jamon
Tagline  Born outside the laws of God and man!

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Alraune is a 1952 West German science fiction directed by Arthur Maria Rabenalt and starring Hildegard Knef. The film involves a scientist (Erich von Stroheim), who creates a woman who is beautiful and yet soulless, lacking any sense of morality.


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  • Hildegard Knef as Alraune
  • Erich von Stroheim as Jacob ten Brinken
  • Karlheinz Böhm as Frank Braun
  • Harry Meyen as Count Geroldingen
  • Rolf Henniger as Wolf Goutram
  • Harry Halm as Doctor Mohn
  • Hans Cossy as Mathieu, the coachman
  • Gardy Brombacher as Lisbeth, the maid
  • Trude Hesterberg as Fuerstin Wolkonska
  • Julia Koschka as Olga Wolkonska
  • Denise Vernac as Mademoiselle Duvaliere
  • Arno Ebert
  • Willem Holzboer
  • Release

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    Alraune was released in Germany on 23 October 1952 where it was distributed by Gloria-Filmverleih. It was released in the USA in 1957 by Distributors Corporation of America, with English dubbed, as Unnatural - The Fruit Of Evil.


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    In a contemporary review, Variety noted that "in the early 1900s, when the H. H. Ewers novel Alraune cut a swatch in the German-language world [...] the very thought of artificial insemination of humans was mentionable only in whispers." and that "times and sensations change." The review opined that Knef's acting had "limited range" and that von Stroheim produces "only a laboured setting for a range of costumes changes and phony thunderstorms for the lethal Alraune".

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