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Shock Troop (film)

Shock Troop (German title:Stoßtrupp 1917) is a 1934 German war film directed by Hans Zöberlein and starring Ludwig Schmid-Wildy, Beppo Brem and Max Zankl.[1] It shows German soldiers fighting in the trenches during the First World War. It was based on the novel Der Glaube an Deutschland by Hans Zöberlein.

Cast

  • Ludwig Schmid-Wildy ... Hans Steinbauer
  • Beppo Brem ... Girgl
  • Toni Eggert ... Toni
  • Max Zankl ... Heiner
  • Hans Pössenbacher ... Anderl
  • Karl Hanft ... Martl
  • Heinz Evelt ... Max
  • Hans Erich Pfleger ... Karl + Capitaine
  • Georg Emmerling ... Gustl
  • Albert Penzkofer ... Der Unteroffizier
  • Ludwig Ten Cloot ... Der Kompanieführer
  • Hans Schaudinn ... Der Feldwebel
  • Hans Franz Pokorny ... Der Major
  • Harry Hertzsch ... Der Leutnant
  • Matthias Olschinsky ... Der General
  • Eberhard Kreysern ... Der Stabsmajor
  • Leopold Kerscher ... Der Funker
  • Peter Labertouche ... Der Engländer

References

External links

  • Internet Movie Database
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