|The Dagger of Malaya|
|Directed by||Léo Lasko|
|Written by||Richard Hutter|
|Produced by||Paul Davidson|
The Dagger of Malaya (German : Der Dolch des Malayen) is a 1919 German silent crime film directed by Léo Lasko and starring Carl Auen, Bernhard Goetzke, and Victor Janson.  It is part of the Joe Deebs detective series films.
The film's sets were designed by the art director Kurt Richter.
Through the Forests and Through the Trees is a 1956 West German historical comedy film directed by G. W. Pabst and starring Eva Bartok, Peter Arens, and Joe Stöckel. It was Pabst's final film. The film's sets were designed by the art director Ludwig Reiber. It was shot at the Bavaria Studios in Munich and on location in Venice and Zwiesel. It was made in Eastmancolor.
The Lady in Black is a 1920 German silent crime film directed by Victor Janson and starring Curt Goetz, Hugo Falke and Willy Kaiser-Heyl. It features the popular detective hero Joe Deebs.
Tragedy at the Royal Circus is a 1928 German silent drama film directed by Alfred Lind and starring Bernhard Goetzke, Ellen Kürti, and Werner Pittschau.
Wrath of the Seas or When Fleet Meets Fleet is a 1926 German silent war film directed by Graham Hewett and Manfred Noa and starring Bernhard Goetzke, Agnes Esterhazy and Nils Asther. It portrays the Imperial German Navy during the First World War, particularly the Battle of Jutland and is based on a novel by Helmut Lorenz.
Two Brothers is a 1929 German silent film directed by Mikhail Dubson and starring Hilde Jennings, Maria Forescu and Carl Auen.
That Dangerous Age is a 1927 German silent film directed by Eugen Illés and starring Asta Nielsen, Bernhard Goetzke and Hans Wassmann.
The Last Sun Son is a 1919 German silent film directed by Erik Lund.
The Beggar Student is a 1931 German operetta film directed by Victor Janson and starring Hans-Heinz Bollmann, Jarmila Novotná and Fritz Schulz. The film is based on the 1882 operetta The Beggar Student. A British version of the film The Beggar Student was also released the same year.
Death Drive for the World Record is a 1929 German silent film directed by Kurt Blachy and starring Hermann Stetza, Claire Rommer and Valerie Boothby.
Guilty is a 1928 German silent drama film directed by Johannes Meyer and starring Suzy Vernon, Bernhard Goetzke and Jenny Hasselqvist.
Golden Boy is a 1925 German silent film directed by H. Klynmann and starring Grete Reinwald and Carl Auen.
The Rat is a 1918 German silent crime film directed by Harry Piel and Joe May and starring Heinrich Schroth, Olga Engl and Käthe Haack. It was part of the series of Joe Deebs detective films.
The Sins of the Mother is a 1921 German silent drama film directed by Georg Jacoby and starring Carl Auen and Käthe Dorsch.
The Secret of the Mummy is a 1921 German silent crime film directed by Victor Janson and starring Ferdinand von Alten, Aud Egede-Nissen, and Magnus Stifter. It is part of the Joe Deebs detective series. Originally shot in 1916, it did not go on general release until 1921.
The Spies is a 1919 German crime film directed by Ewald André Dupont and starring Max Landa, Johanna Terwin and Hanni Weisse.
The Panther Bride is a 1919 German silent crime film directed by Léo Lasko and starring Carl Auen, Victor Janson and Ria Jende. It was part of a series of films featuring the detective character Joe Deebs.
The Howling Wolf is a 1919 German silent crime film directed by Léo Lasko and starring Carl Auen, Meinhart Maur and Victor Janson. It was part of a series of films featuring the detective character Joe Deebs.
Dolls of Death is a 1920 German silent crime film directed by Reinhard Bruck and starring Albert Bassermann, Elsa Bassermann, and Bernhard Goetzke.
The Shadow of Gaby Leed is a 1921 German silent film directed by Carl Boese and starring Tzwetta Tzatschewa, Otto Gebühr and Frida Richard.
The Girl from Hell is a 1923 German silent drama film directed by Frederic Zelnik and starring Lya Mara, Carl Auen and Harald Paulsen. It premiered at the Marmorhaus in Berlin.