|Out of the Mist|
|Directed by||Fritz Wendhausen|
|Produced by||Karl Freund|
|Music by||Gustav Gold|
|Distributed by||Deutsche Fox|
|24 March 1927|
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It was released by the German subsidiary of the Fox Film Company. The film's sets were designed by the art directors Erich Kettelhut and Karl Vollbrecht.
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