Three from the Unemployment Office

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Three from the Unemployment Office
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Directed by Eugen Thiele
Written by Georg C. Klaren
F.A. Reicher
Paul Michael Bünger
Produced byPaul Michael Bünger
Heinz Schall
Starring Fritz Kampers
Paul Kemp
Anton Walbrook
Evelyn Holt
Cinematography Guido Seeber
Hugo von Kaweczynski
Music by Hugo Hirsch
Production
company
Panzer Filmproduktion
Release date
29 February 1932
Running time
90 minutes
CountryGermany
LanguageGerman

Three from the Unemployment Office (German: Drei von der Stempelstelle) is a 1932 German comedy film directed by Eugen Thiele and starring Fritz Kampers, Paul Kemp and Anton Walbrook. It premiered on 29 February 1932. [1] The film's title alludes to the 1930 hit The Three from the Filling Station .

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