Peter the Pirate
Peter the Pirate (German: Pietro der Korsar), also known in English as The Sea Wolves, is a 1925 German silent historical adventure film directed by Arthur Robison and starring Paul Richter, Aud Egede Nissen and Rudolf Klein-Rogge. It was based on a novel by Wilhelm Hegeler. Leni Riefenstahl was offered the role of female lead by producer Erich Pommer, but after doing a screen test she eventually turned it down.
|Peter the Pirate|
|Directed by||Arthur Robison|
|Produced by||Erich Pommer|
|Music by||Giuseppe Becce|
|19 February 1925|
- Paul Richter as Pietro
- Aud Egede Nissen as Juana
- Rudolf Klein-Rogge as Salvatore, ein Korsarhauptmann
- Fritz Richard as Paulo, Pietros Vater
- Frida Richard as Guilia, Paulos Frau
- Walter von Allwoerden as Tomaso, Pietros Bruder
- Lilian Stevens as Nina
- Robert Garrison as Ruffio
- Jakob Tiedtke as Piombolo
- Georg John as Beppo
- Lydia Potechina as Marcella
- Edith Edwards
- IMDb: The Sea Wolves Linked 2014-06-26
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