The Iron King (1923 film)

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The Iron King
Directed by Max Neufeld
Written by Tilde Fogl
Starring Siegmund Breitbart
Eugen Neufeld
Georg Kundert
Cinematography Franz Aigner
Production
company
Filmzentrale
Release date
16 September 1923
CountryAustria
Language Silent
German intertitles

The Iron King (German: Der Eisenkönig) is a 1923 Austrian silent film directed by Max Neufeld and starring Siegmund Breitbart, Eugen Neufeld and Georg Kundert. [1]

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  1. Büttner & Dewald p.73

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