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The Old Ballroom

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Directed by  Wolfgang Neff
Music by  Paul Lincke
Initial release  25 September 1925
Music director  Paul Lincke
Cinematography  Emil Schünemann
Produced by  Gustav Althoff
Production company  Althoff & Company
Director  Wolfgang Neff
Written by  Marie Luise Droop
Cast  Carl Auen, Sybill Morel
Starring  Carl Auen Olga Tschechowa Sybill Morel
Release date  25 September 1925 (Parts I & II)
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The Old Ballroom (German: Das alte Ballhaus) is a 1925 German silent drama film directed by Wolfgang Neff and starring Carl Auen, Olga Tschechowa and Sybill Morel. It was released in two parts, both of which premiered on the same day in Berlin.

The film sets were designed by the art director Franz Seemann.


In alphabetical order

  • Carl Auen
  • Karl Beckersachs
  • Fritz Beckmann
  • Siegfried Berisch
  • Carl Berndt
  • Wilhelm Diegelmann
  • Karl Harbacher
  • Loo Hardy
  • Hans Junkermann
  • Paul Lincke
  • Sybill Morel
  • Paul Otto
  • Heinrich Peer
  • Hermann Picha
  • Karl Victor Plagge
  • Karl Platen
  • Otto Reinwald
  • Frida Richard
  • Ernst Rückert
  • Robert Steidl
  • Olga Chekhova (as Olga Tschechowa)
  • References

    The Old Ballroom Wikipedia

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