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The Humble Man and the Chanteuse

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Director  Ewald Andre Dupont
Country  Germany
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Language  Silent German intertitles
Writer  Felix Hollaender, Max Glass
Release date  2 April 1925

The Humble Man and the Chanteuse (German: Der Demütige und die Tänzerin) is a 1925 German silent film directed by E.A. Dupont and starring Lil Dagover, Olga Limburg and Margarete Kupfer. It was based on a novel by Felix Hollaender.

The film's art direction was by Oscar Friedrich Werndorff.

Cast

  • Lil Dagover as Toni Seidewitz
  • Olga Limburg as Trude Wessely
  • Margarete Kupfer as Frau von Bülow
  • Hans Mierendorff as Fabrikant Liesegang
  • Georg Baselt
  • Paul Bildt as Liesegangs Diener
  • Gertrud de Lalsky as Frau Professor Müller-Osten
  • Karl Elzer
  • Robert Garrison
  • Harry Halm as Prinz
  • Martin Kettner as Theateragent
  • Arnold Korff as Intendant
  • Eberhard Leithoff as Der Demütige / der Kapellmeister
  • Adolf E. Licho
  • Harald Paulsen
  • Louis Ralph as Raimondi, Arzt
  • Hans Sternberg Varietédirektor Pullmann
  • References

    The Humble Man and the Chanteuse Wikipedia
    The Humble Man and the Chanteuse IMDb


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