The Dance Goes On (1930 film)

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The Dance Goes On
Directed by William Dieterle
Produced by Henry Blanke
Written by George Kibbe Turner
Heinrich Fraenkel
StarringWilliam Dieterle
Lissy Arna
Anton Pointner
Music by Erno Rapee
Cinematography Sidney Hickox
Production
company
Distributed byWarner Bros.
Release date
November 3, 1930
Running time
80 minutes
CountryUnited States
Language German

The Dance Goes On (German: Der Tanz geht weiter) is a 1930 American crime film directed by William Dieterle and starring Dieterle, Lissy Arna and Anton Pointner. It was made by Warner Brothers as the German-language version of their film Those Who Dance . [1]

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  1. Reimer & Reimer p.82

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