|The White Paradise|
|Directed by||Max Neufeld|
|Produced by||Hugo Engel|
|Written by|| Erwin Rainer |
|Cinematography|| Ludwig Schaschek |
Artur von Schwertführer
|Distributed by||Hugo Engel-Filmgesellschaft|
|16 May 1929|
The White Paradise (German: Das weisse Paradies) is a 1929 Austrian silent film directed by Max Neufeld and starring Fred Doederlein, Hilde Jennings and Hans Marr.
The film's sets were designed by the art director Artur Berger.
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