The Flyer from Goerz

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The Flyer from Goerz
Directed by Georg Jacoby
Written by
Produced by Paul Davidson
Starring
Cinematography Theodor Sparkuhl
Production
company
Distributed by UFA
Release date
  • September 1918 (1918-09)
CountryGermany
Languages

The Flyer from Goerz (German: Der Flieger von Goerz) is a 1918 German silent war film directed by Georg Jacoby and starring Ellen Richter, Harry Liedtke and Johannes Müller. [1]

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References

  1. Das Ufa-Buch p.32

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