Nanon (1924 film)
Nanon is a 1924 German silent historical film directed by Hanns Schwarz and starring Agnes Esterhazy, Harry Liedtke and Hanni Weisse. It is based on the operetta Nanon by Richard Genée with a libretto by F Zell.
|Directed by||Hanns Schwarz|
|Written by||Max Jungk |
|Starring||Agnes Esterhazy |
|Cinematography||Julius Reinwald |
|1 February 1924|
The film's sets were designed by the Hungarian art director Stefan Lhotka.
The film was remade in 1938 as a sound film of the same name.
- Agnes Esterhazy as Nanon
- Harry Liedtke as Marquis d'Aubigne
- Hanni Weisse as Ninon de l'Enclos
- Leopold von Ledebur as Louis XIV
- Julia Serda as Madame de Maintenon
- Hans Junkermann as Hofmarschall des Königs
- Hans Wassmann as Marquis de Marsillac
- Eugen Rex as Hector de Marsillac, sein Neffe
- Fritz Kampers as Frontenac, Offizier im Regiment Languedoc
- C.W. Tetting as Chevalier Houlières, Durand
- Marga Rheis as junge Dame
- Harry Hardt as Bruder der Dame
- Hugo Döblin as Notar
- Margarete Kupfer as Jacqueline, Dienstmagd bei Nanon
- Jakob Tiedtke as Koch des Königs
- Otto Reinwald as Gaston, Page der Ninon
- Willi Allen as Mohr der Ninon
- Goble p.484
- Goble, Alan. The Complete Index to Literary Sources in Film. Walter de Gruyter, 1999.