Angst. Die schwache Stunde einer Frau

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Cinematographer: Karl Puth
Cinematographer: Karl Puth
Runtime: Not indicated
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Released as "Angst" in Germany on 16 August 1928: released as "Fear" in Ireland on 28 June 1929
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For various translations and further release dates see: http://www.imdb.com/title/tt0213451/releaseinfo?ref_=tt_dt_dt#akas
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:16 August 1928: Relased as "Angst" in German
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:28 June 1929: Released as "Fear" in Ireland
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:3 November 1929: Released as "Uskoton" in Finland
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:18 January 1930: Reelased as "Kui naine murrab truudust" in Estonia
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:21 October 1931: Released as "Silenciosa acusacion" in Spain (Madrid)
[[Category:Films / Plays / Operas]]
[[Category:Films / Plays / Operas]]

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[1928]: Orplid-Film GmbH, Berlin

Angst. Die schwache Stunde einer Frau [A silent black and white German-British film based on Stefan Zweig's novella "Angst"]

[1].
Language: Intertitles in German
[2].
Director: Hans Steinhoff
[3].
Script writer: Ernst B. Fey
[4].
Cast: Gustav Fröhlich, Valerie Boothby, Elga Brink, Henry Edwards et al.
[5].
Producer: Georg Jacoby
[6].
Music by: Giuseppe Becce and Florian C. Reithner
[7].
Cinematographer: Karl Puth
[8].
Runtime: Not indicated
[9].
Release data:
16 August 1928: Relased as "Angst" in German
28 June 1929: Released as "Fear" in Ireland
3 November 1929: Released as "Uskoton" in Finland
18 January 1930: Reelased as "Kui naine murrab truudust" in Estonia
21 October 1931: Released as "Silenciosa acusacion" in Spain (Madrid)
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