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|Red Roses, Red Lips, Red Wine|
|Directed by||Paul Martin|
|Produced by||Willie Hoffmann-Andersen|
|Edited by||Martha Dübber|
|Distributed by||Deutsche London-Film|
Red Roses, Red Lips, Red Wine (German: Rote Rosen, rote Lippen, roter Wein) is a 1953 West German romantic drama film directed by Paul Martin and starring Gardy Granass, John Van Dreelen, and Rolf von Nauckhoff. It shares its title with a popular song of the same era.
- Gardy Granass as Nora Krüger
- John Van Dreelen as Hans Westhoff
- Rolf von Nauckhoff as Kunsthändler Thormann
- Margarete Haagen as Westhoffs Mutter
- Lil Dagover as Gräfin Waldenberg
- Hans Richter as Alfred Berg
- Siegfried Breuer as Polizeipräfekt
- Peter Mosbacher as Pole
- Jeanette Schultze as Bianca, junge Italienerin
- Hans Stiebner as Barwirt in Neapel
- Otto Gebühr
- Erich Dunskus
- Arno Paulsen
- Willi Schaeffers
- Stanislav Ledinek
- René Carol as Singer.'Rote Rosen rote Lippen roter wein'
- Lale Andersen as English Vocal
- Franz-Otto Krüger
- Eva Katharina Schultz
- Kurt Waitzmann
- Bock & Bergfelder p. 241
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