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The Right of the Unborn

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Director  Adolf Trotz
Country  Germany
Language  Silent German intertitles
Writer  Herbert Juttke, Georg C. Klaren, Ruth Schering
Release date  7 June 1929

The Right of the Unborn (German: Das Recht der Ungeborenen) is a 1929 German silent drama film directed by Adolf Trotz and starring Maly Delschaft, Elizza La Porta and Hans Adalbert Schlettow. The film is in the Weimar tradition of Enlightenment films. It examines the question of abortion of unborn children. Unlike several other German films of the era, it is generally anti-abortion. The film's art direction is by Hans Jacoby.

Cast

  • Maly Delschaft as Elsa Lohrmann
  • Elizza La Porta as Elli
  • Hans Adalbert Schlettow as Rolf Stürmer
  • Wolfgang Zilzer as Fredy
  • Fritz Kampers as Peter Mahler
  • Iwa Wanja as Anni, Fredys Freundin
  • Robby Roberts as Fritzchen
  • Curt Cappi as Frauenarzt Dr. Wehner
  • Eva Speyer
  • References

    The Right of the Unborn Wikipedia
    The Right of the Unborn IMDb


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