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|Friday the Thirteenth|
|Directed by||Erich Engels|
|Produced by||Eduard Kubat|
|Cinematography||E. W. Fiedler|
|Edited by||Charlotte Steidinger|
|Music by||Ludwig Schmidseder|
It was made by Terra Film in 1944, but was not released before the end of the Second World War. It received its much delayed premiere in 1949. It was one of several Nazi-era productions that were given releases in the years after the end of the war.
- Fritz Kampers as Rapp, der Schloßherr
- Angelika Hauff as Irene, seine Stieftochter
- Fita Benkhoff as Vilma Reckennagel, die Hausdame
- Rudolf Fernau as Robert, der Diener
- Willi Rose as Oskar, der Chauffeur
- Carsta Löck as Ottilie, die Köchin
- Albert Hehn as Axel Westhaus
- Rolf Weih as Frank Fux
- Heinz Schorlemmer as Thomas Färber
- Ingrid Lutz as Betty, die Zofe
- Heinz Salfner as Haldenwang
- Bruno Hübner as Inspektor Derschugg
- Oskar Höcker as Paul, der Gärtner
- Rentschler, Eric (1996). The Ministry of Illusion: Nazi Cinema and Its Afterlife. Cambridge, MA: Harvard University Press. ISBN 978-0-674-57640-7.
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