|The Page from the Dalmasse Hotel|
|Directed by||Victor Janson|
|Written by||Walter Wassermann|
|Based on||The Page from the Dalmasse Hotel|
by Maria Peteani
|Cinematography||Hugo von Kaweczynski|
|Edited by||Roger von Norman|
|Music by||Eduard Künneke|
Schulz & Wuellner Film
|Distributed by||Terra Film|
|23 November 1933|
The Page from the Dalmasse Hotel (German: Der Page vom Dalmasse Hotel) is a 1933 German comedy film  directed by Victor Janson and starring Dolly Haas, Harry Liedtke and Hans Junkermann. The art direction was by Fritz Maurischat and Hans Minzloff. The film is based on the novel of the same title by Maria von Peteani. It was later adapted into a 1958 Austrian film .
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