The Howling Wolf

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The Howling Wolf
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Carl Auen (left) as Joe Deebs
Directed by Léo Lasko
Written by Richard Hutter
Produced by Paul Davidson
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Distributed by UFA
Release date
December 1919
CountryGermany
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The Howling Wolf (German: Der heulende Wolf) is a 1919 German silent crime film directed by Léo Lasko and starring Carl Auen, Meinhart Maur and Victor Janson. It was part of a series of films featuring the detective character Joe Deebs. [1]

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It was shot at the Templehof Studios in Berlin. [2] The film's sets were designed by the art director Kurt Richter.

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References

  1. Wlaschin p.59-60
  2. Das Ufa-Buch p.64

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