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Music director  Hans May
6.8/10 IMDb

Genre  Comedy
Producer  Seymour Nebenzal
Country  Germany
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Language  Silent German intertitles
Director  Harry Piel, Henrik Galeen
Writer  Henrik Galeen, Herbert Nossen
Release date  12 May 1927
Screenplay  Henrik Galeen, Herbert Nossen
Cast  Marlene Dietrich (Yvette), Harry Piel (Henry Devall), Kurt Gerron (Rajah), Eugen Burg (Police), Fritz Greiner (Hennessy)
Similar movies  Marlene Dietrich appears in His Greatest Bluff and The Woman One Longs for

His Greatest Bluff (German: Sein größter Bluff) is a 1927 German silent comedy film directed by Henrik Galeen and Harry Piel and starring Piel, Toni Tetzlaff and Lotte Lorring. Its title is sometimes translated as His Biggest Bluff. Today, the film is best known for the early role it offered to Marlene Dietrich who was only cast after great effort by her agents. The film was shot at the Grunewald Studios, located in Western Berlin, during January and February 1927. It premiered on 12 May 1927 at the Alhambra-Palast in Berlin.

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Cast

  • Harry Piel as Henry & Harry Devall
  • Toni Tetzlaff as Madame Andersson
  • Lotte Lorring as Tilly
  • Albert Paulig as Mimikry
  • Fritz Greiner as Hennessy
  • Charly Berger as Count. Koks
  • Boris Michailow as Sherry
  • Marlene Dietrich as Yvette
  • Paul Walker as Goliath, a dwarf
  • Kurt Gerron as Rajah
  • Eugen Burg as Police
  • Ossip Darmatow as Count. Apollinaris
  • Vicky Werckmeister as Suzanne
  • Paul Moleska as Crook
  • Oswald Scheffel as Crook
  • Curt Bullerjahn as Crook
  • Charles Francois as Crook
  • Wolfgang von Schwindt as Crook
  • References

    His Greatest Bluff Wikipedia
    His Greatest Bluff IMDb


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