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|A Girl from the Reeperbahn|
|German||Ein Mädel von der Reeperbahn|
|Directed by||Karl Anton|
|Written by||Karl Anton|
|Edited by||Karl Anton|
|Music by||Willy Engel-Berger (songs)|
|Distributed by||Hegewald Film|
A Girl from the Reeperbahn (German: Ein Mädel von der Reeperbahn) is a 1930 Czech-German musical film directed by Karl Anton and starring Olga Chekhova, Trude Berliner, and Hans Adalbert Schlettow.
It was made in studios in the Czech capital Prague. Julius von Borsody worked on the film's set design. The film is set in a lighthouse on a small island  and on the Reeperbahn, the entertainment centre of the port city of Hamburg.
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