In Werder the Trees are in Bloom

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In Werder the Trees are in Bloom
Directed by Fred Sauer
Written by
Cinematography Willy Goldberger
Distributed byStar-Film
Release date
9 August 1928
German intertitles

In Werder the Trees are in Bloom (German:In Werder blühen die Bäume) is a 1928 German silent film directed by Fred Sauer and starring Teddy Bill, Fritz Schulz and Lotte Werkmeister  [ de ]. [1]


The film's art direction was by Kurt Richter.


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  1. Gerhard Lamprecht. Deutsche Stummfilme, Volume 9 p.354