|I Stand in the Dark Midnight|
|German||Steh' ich in finstrer Mitternacht|
|Directed by||Max Mack|
|Written by|| Marie Luise Droop |
I Stand in the Dark Midnight (German : Steh' ich in finstrer Mitternacht) is a 1927 German silent film directed by Max Mack and starring Grete Reinwald, Gerd Briese, and Helene von Bolváry. 
The film's sets were designed by the art director Kurt Richter.
Helene von Bolváry was a Hungarian actress. She was the wife of the film director Géza von Bolváry.
The Eleven Schill Officers is a 1926 German silent historical film directed by Rudolf Meinert and starring Meinert, Gustav Adolf Semler, Grete Reinwald, and Leopold von Ledebur. The film depicts the failed 1809 uprising of Prussian soldiers led by Ferdinand von Schill against the occupying French during the Napoleonic War. The film received poor reviews from critics, but earned enough at the box office to offset its production costs.
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Rosenmontag is a 1924 German silent romance film directed by Rudolf Meinert and starring Gerd Briese, Helga Thomas and Maria Reisenhofer. It was based on a 1900 play of the same title by Otto Erich Hartleben.
Gerd Briese was a German stage and film actor.
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Lena Warnstetten is a 1925 German silent film directed by Erich Eriksen and starring Grete Reinwald and William Dieterle.
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