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Tugboat M 17 (1933)

Schleppzug M 17 (original title)
Heinrich George plays Henner who lives with his wife and child on a tugboat, going on the river to Berlin. There he meets the attractive Gescha (Betty Amann), and a story of love, betrayal and sadness ensues.

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Willy Döll
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Cast

Cast overview:
Heinrich George ... Henner, der Schiffer
Berta Drews Berta Drews ... Marie, seine Frau (as Bertha Drews)
Joachim Streubel Joachim Streubel ... Franz, sein Kind
Betty Amann ... Gescha
Wilfried Seyferth Wilfried Seyferth ... Jakob
Maria Schanda Maria Schanda ... Eine Sängerin
Robert Müller Robert Müller ... Jakobs Vater
Kurt Getke Kurt Getke ... Piet (as Getke)
Friedrich Ettel Friedrich Ettel ... Orje
Hansjoachim Büttner Hansjoachim Büttner ... Karl
Walter Steiner Walter Steiner ... Ein Kommerzienrat
Alexander Jonas Alexander Jonas ... Ein Wirt
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Heinrich George plays Henner who lives with his wife and child on a tugboat, going on the river to Berlin. There he meets the attractive Gescha (Betty Amann), and a story of love, betrayal and sadness ensues.

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Drama

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Country:

Germany

Language:

German

Release Date:

19 April 1933 (Germany) See more »

Also Known As:

Tugboat M 17 See more »

Filming Locations:

Berlin, Germany See more »

Company Credits

Production Co:

Orbis-Film, P.M. Film See more »
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Technical Specs

Sound Mix:

Mono | Mono (Tobis-Klangfilm)

Aspect Ratio:

1.19 : 1
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Heinrich George started as director, but Werner Hochbaum finished the job. See more »

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Ist es wirklich wahr?
Music by Alex Stone & Will Meisel
Lyrics by Etienne Blanche & Schwenn-Schaeffers
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Heinrich George directed
17 November 2018 | by fredhedgesSee all my reviews

Poorly shot and poorly edited film, made interesting by its focus on late Weimar Berlin. And it's fun to see Betty Amman vamping in something other than Asphalt.


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