Halkas Gel÷bnis

Directed by: Alfred Halm, Germany, 1917

Germany, 1917


Cast and Credits

Production Berliner Film-Manufaktur GmbH [N░ 139]
Producer Friedrich Zelnik
Director Alfred Halm [As H. Fredall]
Scenario Alfred Halm
Cast Lya Mara [Halka]
Erich Kaiser-Titz [Arzt]
Hans Albers
Rudolf Lettinger

Technical specifications
Category: Feature Film
Technical Details: Format: 35 mm, 1:1,33 - Ratio: 1:1,33 - Black and White,, 1309 meters, 4 reels
Sound System: silent

Synopsis in German
Pflegetochter muss Arzt statt Graf heiraten. Der Diener deckt auf, dass sie und der Graf Geschwister sind. (German Early Cinema Database)

Remarks and general Information in German: Mit Tanzeinlagen von Lya Mara. (German Early Cinema Database)

General Information

Halkas Gel÷bnis is a motion picture produced in the year 1917 as a Germany production. The Film was directed by Alfred Halm, with Lya Mara, Erich Kaiser-Titz, Hans Albers, Rudolf Lettinger, in the leading parts. There are no reviews of Halkas Gel÷bnis available.

Bibliography - Gerhard Lamprecht, Deutsche Stummfilme 1917-1918, pg. 474
- Kinematograph No. 606, 1918
- Film No. 9, 1918

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