The House in Dragon Street

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The House in Dragon Street
Directed by Richard Oswald
Produced byRichard Oswald
Written by Paul Merzbach
Starring Edmund Löwe
Werner Krauss
Lilly Flohr
Paul Bildt
Cinematography Willy Goldberger
Production
company
Release date
24 June 1921
CountryGermany
LanguageSilent
German intertitles

The House in Dragon Street (German: Das Haus in der Dragonerstrasse ) is a 1921 German silent crime film directed by Richard Oswald and starring Edmund Löwe, Werner Krauss and Lilly Flohr. The film premiered in Berlin on 24 June 1921. [1]

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  1. Grange p.94

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