Rudolf Walther-Fein (1875–1933) was an Austrian film director of the Silent and early sound era. He directed the first full sound film to be released in Germany It's You I Have Loved in 1929. 
James Parrott was an American actor and film director; and the younger brother of film comedian Charley Chase.
Harry Liedtke was a German film actor.
Willy Schmidt-Gentner was one of the most successful German composers of film music in the history of German-language cinema. He moved to Vienna in 1933. At his most productive, he scored up to 10 films a year, including numerous classics and masterpieces of the German and Austrian cinema.
Hertha von Walther was a German film actress. She appeared in 80 films between 1921 and 1983.
Julius Falkenstein was a German stage and film actor of the silent era. He appeared in 184 films between 1914 and 1933. Falkenstein was Jewish, but secured a special permit to continue making films following the Nazi rise to power in 1933. He died of natural causes the same year, having made only one further film.
Victor Arthur Eduard Janson was a German stage and film actor and film director of Latvian ethnicity.
Paul Biensfeldt was a German-Jewish stage and film actor.
Hans Mierendorff (1882–1955) was a German stage and film actor.
Frida Richard was an Austrian actress.
Wilhelm Diegelmann was a German actor.
Margarete Kupfer was a German actress.
Rudolf Dworsky (1882–1927) was a German film producer and director of the Silent era. His production company was called Aafa-Film (Althoff-Ambos-Film), Berlin, the co-owner was the producer Gabriel Levy.
Jaro Fürth was an Austrian stage and film actor.
Hermann Picha was a German stage and film actor. Picha was extremely prolific, appearing in over 300 short and feature films during the silent and early sound eras. Picha played a mixture of lead and supporting roles during his career. He played the title role in the 1920 film Wibbel the Tailor directed by Manfred Noa. He appeared in Fritz Lang's Destiny.
Jacek Rotmil (1888–1944) was a Russian-born art director and production designer who worked on 100 films during his career Following the First World War, Rotmil entered the booming German film industry and worked prolifically until 1933. Following the Nazi rise to power, Rotmil went into exile in Poland where he was employed frequently on Polish and Yiddish productions. He had first become involved in the Polish film industry in 1930 when working on the sound version of the Polish film Exile to Siberia in Berlin.
It's You I Have Loved is a 1929 German drama film directed by Rudolf Walther-Fein and starring Mady Christians, Walter Jankuhn and Hans Stüwe. It is considered the first full sound film to be made in Germany. When it was released in the United States, the film's plot was compared to that of The Jazz Singer. It is also known as Because I Loved You.
Erich Czerwonski (1889–1940) was a German art director. He designed the sets for around a hundred productions during his career. He died in 1940 after being struck by a train during a blackout.
National Film or National-Film was a German film production and distribution company which operated during the silent and early sound era. In the early 1920s it made an attempt to take over Erich Pommer's Decla-Bioscop, but the projected merger failed and Decla instead joined with the major studio UFA. While Decla was generally in favour of joining with National, it was pressured by its creditors Deutsche Bank to merge with UFA.
Aafa Film or Aafa-Film was a German film production and distribution company which operated during the 1920s and 1930s. Established in 1920 as Radio-Film the company was controlled by the producer Gabriel Levy and the director Rudolf Dworsky. The company was one of the leading producers of the Weimar Republic, and survived the transition from silent to sound film in 1929. It made the first German full sound film It's You I Have Loved that year. During the early 1930s Aafa produced a number of mountain films directed by Arnold Fanck. It also made a multi-language version musical Lieutenant, Were You Once a Hussar? (1930).
Ruth Goetz was a German screenwriter active during the silent era. She was credited on more than 60 films over the course of her career.
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