Das Testament Des Dr. Mabuse (1933)
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Berlin police inspector Lohmann investigates a case, in which all clues lead to a man, who's in a hospital for mental illnesses for since many years - Dr. Mabuse.
Fritz Lang's Meisterwerk. Der Gewaltigste Film der Gegenwart. (Fritz Lang's masterpiece. The most tremendous film of the present.)
Also Known As:
The Crimes of Dr. Mabuse
Title: Das Testament Des Dr. Mabuse
Release Date: , 1952
Runtime: 122 mins
All Genres: Crime, Drama, Horror, Mystery, Romance, Thriller
Colors: Black and White
IMDB Rating: 7.9
Buried.com Rating: 8.9 - (Rate This Horror Movie at Buried.com)
Category: Horror Movies Starting With D
MPAA Rating: TV-PG
Rudolf Klein Rogge ...Dr. Mabuse
Gustav Diessl ...Thomas Kent
Rudolf Schundler ...Hardy
Oskar Hocker ...Bredow
Theo Lingen ...Karetzky
Camilla Spira ...Juwelen-Anna
Paul Henckels ...Lithograph / Litographer
Otto Wernicke ...Kriminalkomissar Lohmann / Commissioner Lohmann
Theodor Loos ...Dr. Kramm
Hadrian Maria Netto ...Nicolai Griforiew (as Hadrian M. Netto)
Paul Bernd ...Erpresser / Blackmailer
Henry PleB ...Bulle
Adolf E. Licho ...Dr. Hauser
Oscar Beregi Sr. ...Prof. Dr. Baum (as Oscar Beregi)
Wera Liessem ...Lilli
Karl Meixner ...Hofmeister
Klaus Pohl ...Muller
Gerhard Bienert ...
Josef Dahmen ...
Georg John ...Baums Diener / Baum's Servant
Karl Platen ...
Paul Rehkopf ...
Franz Stein ...
Ludwig Stossel ...Arbeiter / Worker
Eduard Wesener ...
Bruno Ziener ...
Heinrich Gotho ...
Michael von Newlinsky ...
Anna Goltz ...
Heinrich Gretler ...
Thea von Harbou
"Die Walküre (The Valkyries)"
More Movie Taglines:
- Fritz Lang's Meisterwerk. Der Gewaltigste Film der Gegenwart. (Fritz Lang's masterpiece. The most tremendous film of the present.)
- Kriminalkomissar Lohmann: [during a shoot-out] I'm getting fed up with this!
- In his autobiography "Timebends," Arthur Miller speculates that his unconscious mind picked the name "Loman" for Willy Loman, the protagonist of his greatest play, "Death of a Salesman (1966) (TV)" (1947), from the name of Kriminalkomissar Lohmann in "Das Testament das Dr. Mabuse."
Banned by Josef Goebbels, in 1933, for its subversive nature and the possibility that it might "incite people to anti-social behavior and terrorism against the State".
The premiere, in Germany, was canceled due to government censors.
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