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The Traitor (1936 German film)

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The Traitor (1936 German film)

The Traitor
Directed by Karl Ritter
Produced by Hans Ritter (producer)
Written by W. Herzlieb (idea and story) and
H. Wagner (idea and story)
Leonhard Fürst (writer)
Starring See below
Music by Henri Rene
Cinematography Günther Anders
Heinz von Jaworsky
Editing by Gottfried Ritter
Release date(s) 1936
Running time 92 minutes
Country Germany
Language German

The Traitor (German: Verräter) is a 1936 German film directed by Karl Ritter.

Plot summary


  • Lída Baarová as Marion
  • Willy Birgel as Agent Morris
  • Irene von Meyendorff as Hilde Körner
  • Theodor Loos as Dr. Auer
  • Rudolf Fernau as Fritz Brockau
  • Herbert A.E. Böhme as Agent Schultz
  • Heinz Welzel as Hans Klemm
  • Paul Dahlke as Agent Geyer
  • Josef Dahmen as Ein Helfer
  • Hans Zesch-Ballot as Dr. Wehner
  • Sepp Rist as Commissioner Kilian
  • Volker von Collande as Referendar Kröpke
  • Ernst Karchow as Major Walen
  • Siegfried Schürenberg as Lt. Col. Neumann
  • Otto Graf as Captain Dressler
  • Heinrich Schroth as General manager T-Metallwerke
  • Karl Junge-Swinburne as Tank division commander
  • Hans Henninger as Max
  • Carl Auen as Detective Assmann
  • Ewald Wenck as Detective Schober
  • Willi Rose as Ede
  • Gisela von Collande as Trude
  • Ernst Behmer as Photographer
  • Max Hochstetter
  • Hans Meyer-Hanno
  • Hans Reinhold Hauer
  • Hellmuth Passarge


External links

  • Internet Movie Database
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