|Only a Dancing Girl|
|Directed by||Olof Molander|
|Based on|| Pierre et Jean |
by Guy de Maupassant
|Music by||Otto Stenzeel|
|Distributed by||Hirschel-Sofar-Film (Germany)|
|4 November 1926|
Only a Dancing Girl (German : Nur eine Tänzerin, Swedish : Bara en danserska) is a 1926 German-Swedish silent film directed by Olof Molander and starring Lil Dagover, Walter Janssen and Harry Halm.
The film's sets were designed by Franz Schroedter.
Lil Dagover was a German actress whose career spanned between 1913 and 1979. She was one of the most popular and recognized film actresses in the Weimar Republic.
Fridericus is a 1937 German historical film directed by Johannes Meyer and starring Otto Gebühr, Hilde Körber and Lil Dagover. It is based on the life of Frederick II of Prussia. It was part of the popular cycle of Prussian films.
Hubertus Castle is a 1954 German drama film directed by Helmut Weiss and starring Friedrich Domin, Marianne Koch and Heinz Baumann. It is based on the 1895 novel Hubertus Castle by Ludwig Ganghofer. The novel had previously been made into a 1934 film and was later adapted for the screen again in 1973.
Friedrich Schiller – The Triumph of a Genius is a 1940 German film, based on the novel Passion by Norbert Jacques. The film focuses on the early career of the German poet Friedrich Schiller.
Vienna 1910 is a 1943 German biographical film directed by Emerich Walter Emo and starring Rudolf Forster, Heinrich George, and Lil Dagover. It is based on the life of Mayor of Vienna Karl Lueger. Its antisemitic content led to it being banned by the Allied Occupation forces following the Second World War.
Augustus the Strong is a 1936 German-Polish biographical film directed by Paul Wegener and starring Michael Bohnen, Lil Dagover, and Marieluise Claudius. The film depicts the life of Augustus the Strong, the Eighteenth Century ruler of Saxony and Poland.
The Great Longing is a 1930 German comedy film directed by Steve Sekely in his directorial debut and starring Camilla Horn, Theodor Loos, and Harry Frank.
The Humble Man and the Chanteuse is a 1925 German silent film directed by E.A. Dupont and starring Lil Dagover, Olga Limburg and Margarete Kupfer. It was based on a novel by Felix Hollaender.
The Higher Command is a 1935 German historical film directed by Gerhard Lamprecht and starring Lil Dagover, Karl Ludwig Diehl and Heli Finkenzeller. During the Napoleonic Wars, a Prussian army officer assists a British diplomat to construct an alliance to defeat Napoleon's France.
Thea Roland or The Adventure of Thea Roland is a 1932 German comedy film directed by Henry Koster and starring Lil Dagover, Hans Rehmann and Margarete Kupfer. The film marked the directorial debut of Koster, who was forced to emigrate from Germany by the Nazi party following his next film and later went on to be a leading Hollywood director. Billy Wilder may have also worked on the screenplay, although he remained uncredited.
Chased by the Devil is a 1950 West German crime film directed by Viktor Tourjansky and starring Hans Albers, Willy Birgel and Lil Dagover. A doctor discovers a new medical cure with dangerous side effects, and takes the drug himself to test its limitations.
Orient Express is a 1927 German silent thriller film directed by Wilhelm Thiele and starring Lil Dagover, Heinrich George and Angelo Ferrari.
The Sun of St. Moritz is a 1954 West German drama film directed by Arthur Maria Rabenalt and starring Winnie Markus, Karlheinz Böhm and Signe Hasso.
Luise Millerin is a 1922 German historical film directed by Carl Froelich and starring Lil Dagover, Paul Hartmann and Walter Janssen. It is based on the play Intrigue and Love by Friedrich Schiller.
The Dancer is a 1919 German silent film directed by Carl Froelich and starring Lil Dagover.
Königliche Hoheit is a 1953 West German comedy film directed by Harald Braun and starring Dieter Borsche, Ruth Leuwerik, and Lil Dagover. It is based on the eponymous 1909 novel by Thomas Mann.
Don't Play with Love is a 1949 West German comedy film directed by Hans Deppe and starring Lil Dagover, Albrecht Schoenhals and Bruni Löbel.
The Dancer of Sanssouci is a 1932 German historical drama film directed by Frederic Zelnik and starring Otto Gebühr, Lil Dagover, and Rosa Valetti. Set at the court of Frederick the Great, the film is part of a group of Prussian films made during the era. It portrays the interaction between Frederick and the celebrated dancer Barberina Campanini. Gebühr had previously appeared as Frederick in a silent film The Dancer Barberina about their relationship.
Island of the Dead is a 1921 German drama film directed by Carl Froelich and starring Lil Dagover, Bernhard Goetzke and Walter Janssen.
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