The Man Who Murdered
|The Man Who Murdered|
|Directed by||Curtis Bernhardt|
|Edited by||Laslo Benedek|
|Music by||Hans J. Salter|
|Distributed by||Terra Film|
The Man Who Murdered (German: Der Mann, der den Mord beging) is a 1931 German crime drama film directed by Curtis Bernhardt and starring Conrad Veidt, Trude von Molo and Heinrich George. It is adapted from the play by Pierre Frondaie. The film's sets were designed by the art directors Heinrich Richter and Hermann Warm. Location filming took place in Istanbul. It premiered at the Gloria-Palast in Berlin.
The following year a separate English version, Stamboul, was made.
- Conrad Veidt as Marquis de Sévigné
- Trude von Molo as Lady Falkland
- Heinrich George as Lord Falkland
- Friedl Haerlin as Lady Edith
- Frida Richard as Lady Foult
- Friedrich Kayßler as Mehmed Pascha
- Gregori Chmara as Prince Cernuwicz
- Erich Ponto as Boucher - franz. Gesandter
- Hans-Joachim Möbis as Terrail
- Yvette Rodin as Mme. Terrail
- Rolf Drucker as George Falkland - Sohn
- Bruno Ziener as Prospère - Diener bei Sévigné
- The Right to Love (1920)
- Stamboul (1931)
- Grange, William (2008). Cultural Chronicle of the Weimar Republic. Scarecrow Press. ISBN 978-0-8108-5967-8.
- Spicer, Andrew; Hanson, Helen (2013). A Companion to Film Noir. John Wiley & Sons. ISBN 978-1-118-52371-1.
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