The Secret of Johann Orth

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The Secret of Johann Orth
Directed by Willi Wolff
Produced by Ellen Richter
Willi Wolff
Written by Georg C. Klaren
Paul Merzbach
Willi Wolff
Starring Karl Ludwig Diehl
Ellen Richter
Paul Wegener
Music by Michael Lanner
Karl Millöcker
Ellen Richter Film
Distributed by Europa-Filmverleih
Release date
29 November 1932
Running time
83 minutes
Language German

The Secret of Johann Orth (German: Das Geheimnis um Johann Orth) is a 1932 German historical drama film directed by Willi Wolff and starring Karl Ludwig Diehl, Ellen Richter and Paul Wegener. [1]



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  1. Grange p.398