Misled Youth (German:Verirrte Jugend) or Youth Gone Astray is a 1929 German silent drama film directed by Richard Löwenbein and starring Fritz Alberti, Erna Morena and Dolly Davis. It was one of a number of enlightenment films during the Weimar Era that addressed the issue of juvenile delinquency. The film's art direction was by Hans Jacoby.
|Directed by||Richard Löwenbein|
|Written by||G.D. Farago |
|Starring||Fritz Alberti |
- Fritz Alberti as van Straaten
- Erna Morena as Norma, seine Frau
- Dolly Davis as Hilde, die Tochter
- Otto Reinwald as Georg, der Sohn
- Magnus Stifter as von Holstein - Kommandant der Kadettenschule
- Eva Speyer as Maria von Holstein, seine Frau
- Rolf von Goth as Kurt, der Sohn
- Hanni Reinwald as Trude, die Tochter
- Vera Baranovskaya as Witwe Kröger
- Martin Herzberg as Helmut, ihr Sohn
- El' Dura as Nigo, Mulattenmädchen
- Raimondo Van Riel as Der 'Bananenpeter'
- Adele Sandrock as Rosa, seine Frau
- Frydell as Der 'dicke Julius'
- Molly Stengrit as Die 'dicke Berta'
- Heinrich Schroth as Kriminalkommissar
- Ferdinand Bonn as Professor im Gymnasium
- Prawer p.86
- Prawer, S.S. Between Two Worlds: The Jewish Presence in German and Austrian Film, 1910–1933. Berghahn Books, 2005.