|The Castle in Flanders|
|Directed by||Géza von Bolváry|
|Written by||Curt J. Braun|
|Edited by||Hermann Haller|
|Music by||Franz Grothe|
|Distributed by||Tobis Film|
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Writing for Night and Day in 1937, Graham Greene gave the film a mixed review. Greene noted that the film's depictions of England and English culture were rather off the mark, but despite this he claimed that "th[e] picture has merits" and that "there are excellent scenes" which he identified as the scenes in Ypres after the war had ended and Gloria Delamare (Eggerth) attempts to book a hotel room only to be moved by a porter to the neighboring castle. Greene points to the return of Fred Winsbury (Hartmann) as the point in the film where the audience loses interest and the film loses reality. 
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