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Adventure in Berlin (1952)

Die Spur führt nach Berlin (original title)

Director:

Frantisek Cáp (as Franz Cap)

Writers:

Artur Brauner (story), Hans Rameau (as Paul H. Rameau)
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Cast

Cast overview, first billed only:
Gordon Howard Gordon Howard ... Ronald Roberts / Claude Norbert in the French version
Irina Garden ... Vera Dornbrink
Kurt Meisel ... Gregor Pratt
Hans Nielsen Hans Nielsen ... Kriminalrat Dr. Wangen
Wolfgang Neuss Wolfgang Neuss ... Martin
Ernst Konstantin Ernst Konstantin ... Major Sirotkin
Barbara Rütting ... Tamara, Dolmetscherin
Paul Bildt Paul Bildt ... Karl Dornbrink
Heinz Engelmann ... Kommissar Max Lüdecke
Heinz Giese Heinz Giese ... Richard Browski
Herbert Kiper Herbert Kiper ... Kommissar Kretschmer
Klaus Miedel Klaus Miedel ... Vernon, Interpol-Delegierter
Werner Schöne Werner Schöne
Rudi Stöhr Rudi Stöhr
Walter Bechmann Walter Bechmann
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Genres:

Crime | Thriller

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Details

Country:

West Germany

Language:

German

Release Date:

14 February 1958 (USA) See more »

Also Known As:

Adventure in Berlin See more »

Filming Locations:

Berlin, Germany See more »

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Technical Specs

Sound Mix:

Mono (Klangfilm)

Aspect Ratio:

1.37 : 1
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Trivia

Feature film debut of Horst Buchholz. See more »

Connections

Referenced in Angel Heart (1987) See more »

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A must for Berliners
17 June 2006 | by meppicoSee all my reviews

I saw Die Spur führt nach Berlin last night, and it's really good. Especially people living in Berlin will have a lot of fun. For young folks like me it's interesting to see Berlin how it was 7 years after WW2, with all the ruins and the Tiergarten park without trees. For old folks it will be a journey back in time. Very amusing were the appearances of Hotte Buchholz and Günther Pfitzman, who later became big stars in Germany. The story deals with false money, old Nazis and the beginning of the cold war. We see the shadow of the war still hanging over Berlin, but the citizens start rebuilding their city. The film is shot in b/w on a technically high level, very American Style. A must for Berliners!


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