The Golden Anchor

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The Golden Anchor
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Directed by Alexander Korda
Written by
Based on Marius
by Marcel Pagnol
Les Films Marcel Pagnol
Distributed by Paramount-Film
Release date
  • 28 January 1932 (1932-01-28)
Running time
82 minutes
  • France
  • Germany
Language German

The Golden Anchor (German : Zum goldenen Anker) is a 1932 German-French drama film directed by Alexander Korda and starring Albert Bassermann, Ursula Grabley, and Mathias Wieman. [1] It is the German-language version of Marius (1931), based on Marcel Pagnol's play of the same title. Such multi-language versions were common during the early years of sound. It was made at the Joinville Studios by the European branch of Paramount Pictures.



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  1. Waldman, p. 98.