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|No Money Needed|
|German||Man braucht kein Geld|
|Directed by||Carl Boese|
|Produced by||Arnold Pressburger|
|Edited by||G. Pollatschik|
|Music by||Artur Guttmann|
|Distributed by||Bavaria Film|
No Money Needed (German: Man braucht kein Geld) is a 1932 German comedy film directed by Carl Boese and starring Hedy Lamarr, Heinz Rühmann, and Hans Moser. It premiered on 5 February 1932. It was based on a play by Ferdinand Alternkirch and was shot during November 1931. A virtually bankrupt businessman in a small town manages to convince people that his newly arrived cousin, who is equally impoverished, is a millionaire.
A French remake (Pas besoin d'argent) and an Italian remake (Non c'è bisogno di denaro) were made in 1933. Boese himself remade the story in 1953 under the title The Uncle from America.
- Hedy Lamarr as Käthe Brandt
- Heinz Rühmann as Heinz Schmidt
- Hans Moser as Thomas Theodor Hoffmann
- Ida Wüst as Frau Brandt
- Hans Junkermann as Herrmann Brandt
- Kurt Gerron as Bank President Binder
- Paul Henckels as The Mayor
- Hans Hermann Schaufuß as Hotelier
- Albert Florath as head of savings banks
- Fritz Odemar as Schröder
- Gerhard Dammann as husband
- Hugo Fischer-Köppe
- Ludwig Stössel
- Siegfried Berisch
- Wolfgang von Schwindt
- Heinrich Schroth
- Karl Hannemann
- Leopold von Ledebur
- Grange, William (2008). Cultural Chronicle of the Weimar Republic. Lanham, MD: Scarecrow Press. p. 381. ISBN 081085967X. LCCN 2008008116.
- Barton, Ruth (2010). Hedy Lamarr: The Most Beautiful Woman in Film. Screen Classics. University Press of Kentucky. p. 25. ASIN B0078XFQ6U. ISBN 0813136547. JSTOR j.ctt2jcvm4. LCCN 2010013914.
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