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Director  Harry Piel
Country  Germany
7.2/10 IMDb

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Language  German
Johnny Steals Europe movie poster
Release date  15 June 1932
Writer  Harry Piel, Walter Scheff (novel), Walter Scheff (screenplay)

Johnny Steals Europe (German: Jonny stiehlt Europa) is a 1932 German comedy crime film directed by Harry Piel and Andrew Marton and starring Piel, Dary Holm and Alfred Abel. The film was based on a novel by Werner Scheff. Released by the German branch of Universal Pictures, it premiered on 15 June 1932. A German helps a group of Americans to recover Europa, their stolen horse.

Cast

  • Harry Piel as Jonny Buck
  • Dary Holm as Ursel Matting
  • Alfred Abel as Jack Matting
  • Margarete Sachse as Miss Pepson
  • Walter Steinbeck as Max Dievenak
  • Hermann BlaƟ as Siegfried Hagelberg
  • Carl Balhaus as Monk
  • Charly Berger as Frontz
  • Kurt Lilien as Laberkow
  • Wolfgang von Schwindt as Rueckers
  • Gerhard Dammann as Wilke
  • Hans Wallner as Altkleiderhaendler
  • Fritz Spira as Labinger
  • Bruno Ziener as Rittmeister
  • References

    Johnny Steals Europe Wikipedia
    Johnny Steals Europe IMDb Johnny Steals Europe themoviedb.org


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