Queen Louise (1927 film)
Queen Louise (German: Königin Luise) is a German silent historical film directed by Karl Grune and starring Mady Christians, Mathias Wieman and Anita Dorris. It was released in two separate parts slightly less than a month from each other in December 1927 and January 1928. It commenced a series of historical epics directed by Grune. Art direction was by Hans Jacoby.
|Directed by||Karl Grune|
|Produced by||Max Glass|
|Music by||Walter Ulfig|
|Distributed by||Terra Film|
- Mady Christians as Luise von Mecklenburg, Königin von Preussen
- Mathias Wieman as Kronprinz Friedrich Wilhelm III, König von Preussen
- Anita Dorris as Friederike von Mecklenberg
- Hedwig Molander as Prinzessin Radziwill
- Adele Sandrock as Gräfin Voss
- Hans Adalbert Schlettow as Prinz Louis Ferdinand
- Hedwig Wangel as Prinzessin Georg-Wilhelm von Hessen-Darmstadt
- Theodor Loos as Graf Hardenberg
- Charles Vanel as Napoleon
- Auguste Prasch-Grevenberg as Königin-Witwe Elisabeth Christine von Braunschweig
- Alfred Döderlein as Prinz Louis
- Hans Mierendorff as König Friedrich Wilhelm II.
- Lotte Lorring as Madame Ritz
- Antonie Jaeckel as Gelieu, Erzieherin der Prinzessinnen
- Karl Elzer as Köckeritz, Adjutant des Kronprinzen
- Egon von Jordan as Alexander - Kaiser von Rußland
- Alfred Gerasch as Talleyrand - Napoleons Minister
- Ferdinand von Alten as Bertrand
- Hans Wassmann as Graf Haugwitz
- Eduard Rothauser as Herzog von Mecklenburg
- Max Pohl as Fürst Blücher
- Emil Heyse as Arzt Dr. Hufeland
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