Three Days of Life and Death

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Three Days of Life and Death
Directed by Heinz Paul
Written by Hella Moja
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100 minutes

Three Days of Life and Death (German:Drei Tage auf Leben und Tod) is a 1929 German silent war film directed by Heinz Paul and starring Carl de Vogt, Angelo Ferrari and Carl Walther Meyer. [1]


The film's sets were designed by the art director Karl Machus.


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  1. Kester p.181