Nobody Knows (1920 film)

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Nobody Knows
Directed by Lupu Pick
Written by
Produced byLupu Pick
Starring
Cinematography Ivar Petersen
Production
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Rex-Film
Distributed byMartin Dentler
Release date
9 July 1920
CountryGermany
Languages

Nobody Knows (German : Niemand weiß es) is a 1920 German silent drama film directed by Lupu Pick and starring Pick, Eduard Rothauser and Edith Posca. [1]

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References

  1. Bock & Bergfelder p. 275

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