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Superfluous People

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Directed by  Aleksandr Razumnyj
Music by  Edmund Meisel
Director  Aleksandr Razumny
Music director  Edmund Meisel
People also search for  The House of Lies
5.9/10 IMDb

Produced by  Willi Münzenberg
Initial release  2 November 1926 (Germany)
Screenplay  Aleksandr Razumny
Story by  Anton Chekhov
Written by  Anton Chekhov Aleksandr Razumnyj
Starring  Eugen Klöpfer Camilla von Hollay Heinrich George
Cinematography  Karl Attenberger Otto Kanturek
Cast  Werner Krauss, Heinrich George, Eugen Klöpfer, Fritz Rasp, Albert Steinrück

Superfluous People (German:Überflüssige Menschen) is a 1926 German silent film directed by Aleksandr Razumnyj and starring Eugen Klöpfer, Camilla von Hollay and Heinrich George. It was made by Prometheus-Film which was affiliated to the German Communist Party and the Moscow-based Mezhrabpomfilm.

The film's sets were designed by the art directors Andrej Andrejew and Stefan Lhotka.

Cast

  • Eugen Klöpfer as Andrej Karlowitsch Siganew
  • Camilla von Hollay as Dunja Siganewa
  • Heinrich George as Balagula
  • Albert Steinrück as Bronsa
  • Vera Pawlowa as Marfa
  • Bruno Arno as Mendel Rothschild
  • Fritz Rasp as Chirikov
  • Emil Lind as Schachkes
  • Werner Krauss as Ortspolizist Suka
  • Philipp Manning as Bürgermeister Duboff
  • Hedwig Wangel as Duboffs Frau
  • Elza Temary as Ola, beider Tochter
  • Illo Gutschwager as Wanja, beider Sohn
  • Hans Brausewetter as Lukin
  • Wilhelm Diegelmann as Brandmeister
  • Fritz Kampers as Ben Span
  • Jaro Fürth as Arzt
  • Nikolai Malikoff as Bader
  • Vera Sacharowa as Verlobungsgast
  • Harry Nestor
  • Clementine Plessner
  • Sylvia Torf
  • References

    Superfluous People Wikipedia


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