The Tales of Hoffman (1923 film)

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The Tales of Hoffmann
Directed by Max Neufeld
Produced byMax Neufeld
Written by Jules Barbier (libretto)
E.T.A. Hoffmann (stories)
Josef B. Malina
Starring Max Neufeld
Karl Ehmann
Eugen Neufeld
Cinematography József Bécsi
Gaston Grincault
Production
company
Release date
6 April 1923
Running time
98 minutes
CountryAustria
Language Silent
German intertitles

The Tales of Hoffmann (German: Hoffmanns Erzählungen) is a 1923 Austrian silent film directed by and starring Max Neufeld. [1] It is also features Karl Ehmann, Eugen Neufeld and Robert Valberg.

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  1. Von Dassanowsky p.31

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