|The Lady and Her Hairdresser|
|Directed by||Heinz Ullstein|
|Produced by|| Richard Oswald |
|Written by|| Paul Merzbach |
|Starring|| Eugen Rex |
|17 August 1922|
The Lady and Her Hairdresser (German: Die Dame und ihr Friseur) is a 1922 German silent comedy film directed by Heinz Ullstein and starring Eugen Rex and Maly Delschaft and Hans Junkermann.
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