Three Days Confined to Barracks

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Three Days Confined to Barracks
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German film poster
German Drei Tage Mittelarrest
Directed by Carl Boese
Written by
Produced by Arnold Pressburger
Starring
Cinematography Robert Lach
Edited by Max Brenner
Music by Nico Dostal
Production
company
Distributed byMesstro-Film
Release date
  • 10 November 1930 (1930-11-10)
Running time
92 minutes
CountryGermany
LanguageGerman

Three Days Confined to Barracks (German: Drei Tage Mittelarrest) is a 1930 German comedy film directed by Carl Boese and starring Max Adalbert, Ida Wüst, and Gretl Theimer. The film is a farce set around a military barracks. It was a major hit on its release. [1] It was shot at the Temeplhof Studios in Berlin. The film's sets were designed by the art director Emil Hasler. It was later remade in 1955 under the same title.

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