|A Woman of No Importance|
|German||Eine Frau ohne Bedeutung|
|Directed by||Hans Steinhoff|
|Written by||Bernd Hofmann|
Thea von Harbou
|Based on||A Woman of No Importance|
by Oscar Wilde
|Produced by||Helmut Eweler|
|Edited by||Martha Dübber|
|Music by||Clemens Schmalstich|
|Distributed by||Tobis Film|
A Woman of No Importance (German: Eine Frau ohne Bedeutung) is a 1936 German drama film directed by Hans Steinhoff and starring Gustaf Gründgens, Käthe Dorsch and Friedrich Kayßler. It is based on Oscar Wilde's play A Woman of No Importance.
- Gustaf Gründgens as Lord George Illingworth
- Käthe Dorsch as Sylvia Kelvil
- Friedrich Kayßler as Pfarrer Kelvil
- Hans Leibelt as Lord Illingworth sen.
- Marianne Hoppe as Hester
- Albert Lieven as Gerald Arbuthnot
- Paul Henckels as Lord Hunstaton
- Käthe Haack as Lady Hunstaton
- Julia Serda as Lady Patricia
- Annemarie Steinsieck as Lady Caroline
- Friedl Haerlin as Lady Stutfield
- Genia Nikolaieva as Mrs. Allonwy
- Albert Florath as Lord Caverstam
- Hans Junkermann as Lord Pontefreat
- S. O. Schoening as Erzdiakon Daubeney
- Heinrich Marlow as Lord Ashley
- Hugo Werner-Kahle as Butler Wilkins
- Wolf Trutz as Clubdiener Ward
- Philipp Manning as Diener Parker
- Eduard Bornträger as Archer
- Karl Junge-Swinburne as Lord Warfield
- Borwin Walth as Johnson
- Art Winkler as Francis
- Alfred Karen as Lord Illingworth
- Charlotte Krause-Walter
- Klaus, Ulrich J. Deutsche Tonfilme: Jahrgang 1936. Klaus-Archiv, 1988.
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