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|The Young Man from the Ragtrade|
|Directed by||Richard Löwenbein|
|Music by||Felix Bartsch|
|Distributed by||Strauss Film|
The Young Man from the Ragtrade (German: Der Jüngling aus der Konfektion) is a 1926 German silent comedy film directed by Richard Löwenbein and starring Curt Bois, Maria Paudler, and Frida Richard. Bois' character of an ambitious young man was closely modelled on the early film appearances of Ernst Lubitsch.
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