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Unsichtbare Gegner (1933)

Director:

Rudolph Cartier (as Rudolf Katscher)

Writers:

Philipp Lothar Mayring (as Lothar Mayring), Heinrich Oberländer | 2 more credits »
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Cast

Credited cast:
Gerda Maurus ... Sybil Herford
Paul Hartmann ... Peter Ugron
Oskar Homolka ... James Godfrey
Peter Lorre ... Henry Pless
Paul Kemp ... Hans Mertens
Raoul Aslan Raoul Aslan ... J. Delmonte
Leonard Steckel Leonard Steckel ... Santos
H. Kyser H. Kyser ... Sir Thomas
Eva Schmid-Kayser Eva Schmid-Kayser ... Eva Ugron
Jaro Fürth Jaro Fürth
John Mylong ... (as Jack Mylong-Munz)
Otto Schmöle Otto Schmöle
Rest of cast listed alphabetically:
Franke Franke
Maria Holst
Josef Rehberger Josef Rehberger
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Genres:

Crime | Drama

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Country:

Germany | Austria

Language:

German

Release Date:

27 September 1933 (Croatia) See more »

Also Known As:

Invisible Opponent See more »

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Sound Mix:

Mono (Tobis-Klangfilm)

Aspect Ratio:

1.37 : 1
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Connections

Alternate-language version of Les requins du pétrole (1933) See more »

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One of the greatest character and plot driven classic crime thrillers.
9 November 2010 | by ericedwards1963See all my reviews

If this film were a song, it would rival, "Satisfaction," Beethoven's "Ninth Symphony," or perhaps a Miles Davis composition for all you jazz fans!! What was especially intriguing about this film was how all the elements complement one another like a properly spiced Chinese or Italian meal. You leave the table with a sense of satisfaction, joy and as though your time on Earth, at least the last 80 minutes or so, were spent wisely. It will be interesting to watch actors ACT, a plot DEVELOP, the underlying theme respected and the writer's vision followed with great care!! This film will give you the sense that a TEAM of professionals worked passionately and painstakingly in a coordinated and deliberate manner to manufacture a conscious effect upon the viewer. You feel treated as a well-respected member of a brotherhood of a almost forgotten art form. Peter Laurie, the antagonist of the story, plays his hand brilliantly and steadily in a realistic manner instead of relying upon stereotypes. The leader of the underworld, (actor unknown) appears to control his people with the skill of a puppet-master and reminds one of the notorious Joseph Goebbels, masterful manipulator of the truth pulling the strings behind the scenes. The film has well-defined boundaries, brilliant sets and props that bring a certain charm and realism to the film's character and a cast nicely suited to keep the viewer focused upon the illusion that you are watching a documentary, not a feature film.


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