The Dead Wedding Guest

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The Dead Wedding Guest
Directed by Max Neufeld
Written by Heinrich Heine (poem)
Eugen Preiß
Starring Eugen Neufeld
Karl Ehmann
Carmen Cartellieri
Cinematography József Bécsi
Stefan Lorant
Production
company
Helios-Filmproduktion
Vita-Film
Release date
1922
Running time
87 minutes
CountryAustria
Language Silent
German intertitles

The Dead Wedding Guest (German: Der tote Hochzeitsgast) is a 1922 Austrian silent historical drama film directed by Max Neufeld and starring Eugen Neufeld, Karl Ehmann and Carmen Cartellieri. [1] It is based on the poem Don Ramiro by Heinrich Heine, set in Spain.

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The film's sets were designed by the art directors Artur Berger, Hans Rouc and Julius von Borsody.

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References

  1. Büttner & Dewald p.72

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