|The Heart of a German Mother|
|German||Das deutsche Mutterherz|
|Directed by||Géza von Bolváry|
|Written by||Margarete-Maria Langen|
|Cinematography||Hans Karl Gottschalk|
|Music by||Hans May|
The Heart of a German Mother (German : Das deutsche Mutterherz) is a 1926 German silent drama film directed by Géza von Bolváry and starring Margarete Kupfer, Heinz Rühmann, and Julius Messaros. The film marked Rühmann's debut, beginning a screen career that lasted until his death in 1994. 
Heinrich Wilhelm "Heinz" Rühmann was a German film actor who appeared in over 100 films between 1926 and 1993. He is one of the most famous and popular German actors of the 20th century, and is considered a German film legend. Rühmann is best known for playing the part of a comic ordinary citizen in film comedies such as Three from the Filling Station and The Punch Bowl. During his later years, he was also a respected character actor in films such as The Captain from Köpenick and It Happened in Broad Daylight. His only English-speaking movie was Ship of Fools in 1964.
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