|Three Days Confined to Barracks|
|Directed by||Carl Boese|
|Produced by||Arnold Pressburger|
|Written by|| Heinz Gordon |
Bobby E. Lüthge
Géza von Cziffra
|Starring|| Max Adalbert |
|Music by||Nico Dostal|
|Edited by||Max Brenner|
|10 November 1930|
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