Nanon (1938 film)
|Directed by||Herbert Maisch|
|Produced by||Max Pfeiffer|
|Edited by||Carl Otto Bartning|
|Music by||Alois Melichar|
Nanon is a 1938 German historical film directed by Herbert Maisch and starring Erna Sack, Johannes Heesters and Dagny Servaes. It is based on the original operetta Nanon by Richard Genée which had a libretto by F Zell, although the music for this film was specially commissioned from Alois Melichar.
It was produced by the giant German studio UFA, and is part of a cycle of operetta films made during the 1930s. The film's sets were designed by the art director Erich Kettelhut.
It was a remake of the 1924 silent film of the same title.
- Erna Sack as Nanon Patin
- Johannes Heesters as Marquis Charles d'Aubigne
- Dagny Servaes as Ninon de l'Enclos
- Kurt Meisel as Hector
- Otto Gebühr as Jean Baptiste Molière
- Oskar Sima as Marquis de Marsillac
- Karl Paryla as Louis XIV
- Berthold Ebbecke as Pierre
- Ursula Deinert as Tänzerin
- Clemens Hasse as Francois Patin
- Paul Westermeier as 1. Korporal
- Armin Schweizer as 2. Korporal
- Oskar Höcker as 3. Korporal
- Ilse Fürstenberg as Die Magd
- Ludwig Andersen as Sekretär
- Walter Steinbeck as Mons. Louvois
- Hermann Pfeiffer as Mons. Duval
- Horst Birr
- Lucie Euler
- Angelo Ferrari as Gast bei Ninon
- Eric Harden
- Alice Hechy
- Max Hiller
- Willy Kaiser-Heyl
- Hermann Meyer-Falkow
- Ellen Plessow
- Klaus Pohl
- Walter Schenk
- Erhart Stettner
- Robert Vincenti-Lieffertz
- Egon Vogel
- Leopold von Ledebur
- Wolfgang von Schwindt
- Helmut Weiss as Verehrer von Gräfin Ninon de Lenclos
- Herbert Weissbach
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