Children of Fortune

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Children of Fortune
Directed by Alexander Esway
Written by Frank Launder
Miles Malleson
Starring
Cinematography Ernest Palmer
Leo Rogers
Edited by Edward B. Jarvis
Production
company
Distributed by Süd-Film
Release date
6 December 1931
Running time
75 minutes
CountriesGermany
United Kingdom
Language German

Children of Fortune (German: Kinder des Glücks) is a 1931 British-German crime film directed by Alexander Esway and starring Dina Gralla, Kurt Vespermann and Vicky Werckmeister. It was made as the German-language version of Children of Chance . [1] It was made at Elstree Studios and distributed in Germany by Süd-Film, which was owned by British International Pictures.

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