Father and Son (1930 film)

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Father and Son
Directed by Victor Sjöström
Written by
Starring
Music by
Cinematography Julius Jaenzon
Production
company
Distributed byTerra Film
Release date
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  • 28 November 1930 (1930-11-28)
Country
  • Germany
  • Sweden
Language German

Father and Son (German : Väter und Söhne) is a 1930 German-Swedish film directed by Victor Sjöström and starring Rudolf Rittner, Franziska Kinz and Martin Herzberg. [1] A separate Swedish-language film was released the following year.

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The film's art direction was by Vilhelm Bryde.

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  1. Parish & Pitts p. 360

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