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Um das Menschenrecht

Um das Menschenrecht
Directed by Hans Zöberlein
Ludwig Schmid-Wildy
Produced by Hans Zöberlein (executive producer)
Written by Hans Zöberlein (manuscript and screenplay)
Starring See below
Cinematography Ludwig Zahn
Release date(s) 1934
Country Germany
Language German

Um das Menschenrecht is a 1934 German film directed by Hans Zöberlein and Ludwig Schmid-Wildy.

Plot summary


  • Hans Schlenck as Hans, Frontkamerad
  • Kurt Holm as Fritz, Frontkamerad
  • Ernst Martens as Max, Frontkamerad
  • Beppo Brem as Girgl, Frontkamerad
  • Ludwig Ten Cloot as der Hauptmann
  • Hans Erich Pfleger as Paul, Freikorpskamerad
  • Paul Schaidler as Christian, Freikorpskamerad
  • Franz Loskarn as Höllein, Freikorpskamerad
  • Leopold Kerscher as Martin, Freikorpskamerad
  • Werner Scharf as Anführer der Roten
  • Trude Haefelin as Petratka, politische Agentin
  • Katja Specht as Natascha, politische Agentin
  • Ludwig Körösy as ein Unterführer
  • Hans Pössenbacher as a Spartacist
  • Ludwig Schmid-Wildy as der alte Krafft
  • Lydia Alexandra as Berta Schön, Wirtstochter
  • Rose Kugler as Girgl's wife
  • Hilde Horst as Fritz's wife


External links

  • Internet Movie Database
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