|The Spinning Ball|
|German||Die rollende Kugel|
|Directed by||Erich Schönfelder|
|Written by||Rolf E. Vanloo|
|Cinematography|| Mutz Greenbaum |
|Music by||Pasquale Perris|
|Distributed by||Filmhaus Bruckmann|
The Spinning Ball (German: Die rollende Kugel) is a 1927 German silent film directed by Erich Schönfelder and starring Edda Croy, Harry Liedtke and Erna Morena.  It was shot at the Staaken Studios in Berlin.
Harry Liedtke was a German film actor.
Erna Morena was a German film actress, film producer, and screenwriter of the silent era. She appeared in 104 films between 1913 and 1951.
The Mistress is a 1927 German silent drama film directed by Robert Wiene and starring Edda Croy, Harry Liedtke and Eugen Burg. It was based on a play by Alexander Brody. It was the first film Wiene made after returning to Germany after two years working in Austria, although the film's location shooting was done in Vienna, where the story is set. The interiors were shot at the Marienfelde Studios of Terra Film in Berlin.
The Adventurers is a 1926 German silent adventure film directed by Rudolf Walther-Fein and starring Harry Liedtke, Erna Morena and Margarete Schlegel. The art direction was by Jacek Rotmil. The film was based on a novel by Rudolf Herzog. It premiered in Berlin on February 11, 1926.
The Page from the 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.
Misled Youth or Youth Gone Astray is a 1929 German silent drama film directed by Richard Löwenbein and starring Fritz Alberti, Erna Morena, and Dolly Davis. It was one of a number of enlightenment films during the Weimar Era that addressed the issue of juvenile delinquency. The film's art direction was by Hans Jacoby.
In the Valleys of the Southern Rhine is a 1925 German silent film directed by Rudolf Walther-Fein and Rudolf Dworsky and starring Albert Steinrück, Erna Morena, and Ernst Hofmann.
Bismarck is a 1925 German silent historical film directed by Ernst Wendt and starring Franz Ludwig, Erna Morena, and Robert Leffler. It portrays the life of the nineteenth century German Chancellor Otto Von Bismarck. It was part of a popular trend of Prussian films released in Germany after the First World War. It was followed by a second film, also starring Ludwig, in 1927.
Bismarck or Bismarck 1862–1898 is a 1927 German silent historical film directed by Kurt Blachy and starring Franz Ludwig, Robert Leffler and Erna Morena. It was made as a follow-up to the 1925 film Bismarck which had also starred Ludwig. Because of this it is sometimes referred to as Bismarck Part II. The film depicts the latter part of Otto von Bismarck's career including his long spell as Chancellor of Germany.
Lulu is a 1917 German silent film directed by Alexander Antalffy and starring Erna Morena, Adolf Klein and Harry Liedtke.
The Fate of a Night is a 1927 German silent film directed by Erich Schönfelder.
Manolescu's Memoirs is a 1920 German silent film directed by Richard Oswald and starring Conrad Veidt, Erna Morena and Lilli Lohrer.
The Love Market is a 1930 German silent film directed by Heinz Paul and starring Jean Murat, Erna Morena, and Renée Héribel.
Opera Ball is a 1939 German musical comedy film directed by Géza von Bolváry and starring Heli Finkenzeller, Fita Benkhoff, and Marte Harell. An operetta film, it is based on the 1898 work of the same name composed by Richard Heuberger. In 1956 it was remade as Opera Ball in Austria with some of the same personnel.
Ash Wednesday is a 1931 German drama film directed by Johannes Meyer and starring Karl Ludwig Diehl, Hans Stüwe and Claire Rommer.
Diary of a Lost Woman is a 1918 German silent drama film directed by Richard Oswald and starring Erna Morena, Reinhold Schünzel, and Werner Krauss. The rising star Conrad Veidt also appeared. It is now considered a lost film. It was remade at the end of the silent era as Diary of a Lost Girl by Georg Wilhelm Pabst.
The Maharaja's Favourite Wife is a silent adventure film directed by Max Mack and starring Gunnar Tolnæs, Fritz Kortner, and Erna Morena. Originally produced in Denmark by Nordisk Film, whose German branch was taken over during the First World War. It was released in three parts, the first two in 1917 and the third in 1921. The third part was shot at the Tempelhof Studios in Berlin, and released by the leading German company UFA. Its sets were designed by the Hungarian art director István Szirontai Lhotka.
The Ring of Giuditta Foscari is a 1917 German silent film directed by Alfred Halm and starring Emil Jannings, Harry Liedtke, and Erna Morena. It was shot at the Tempelhof Studios in Berlin. The film's sets were designed by the art director Paul Leni.
The Love of a Queen is a 1923 German silent historical drama film directed by Ludwig Wolff and starring Harry Liedtke, Henny Porten and Walter Janssen. It is based on the eighteenth century affair between the Danish Queen Caroline Matilda and the court physician Johann Friedrich Struensee.
What Am I Without You is a 1934 German musical comedy film directed by Arthur Maria Rabenalt and starring Wolfgang Liebeneiner, Betty Bird, and Olga Chekhova.