Quick (1932 film)
Quick is a 1932 German comedy film directed by Robert Siodmak and starring Lilian Harvey, Hans Albers and Paul Hörbiger. A separate French-language version was made, also directed by Siodmak and starring Harvey. The film is based on a play by Félix Gandéra. It was made by Germany's largest studio UFA, with sets by art director Erich Kettelhut.
|Directed by||Robert Siodmak|
|Produced by||Erich Pommer|
|Edited by||Viktor Gertler|
A woman staying at a health spa, Lillian Harvey, goes to the theater every night to see "Quick" a comic performer, who wears clown make-up. She meets him off stage, without make-up and doesn't recognize him. He courts her, hoping she'll like him for himself but she maintains her crush on "Quick."
- Lilian Harvey as Eva Prätorius
- Hans Albers as Quick, Music Clown
- Paul Hörbiger as Lademann, Quick's manager
- Willy Stettner as Herr von Pohl, named Dicky
- Albert Kersten as Professor Bertram
- Karl Meinhardt as Direktor Henkel
- Paul Westermeier as Clock
- Genia Nikolaieva as Marion, dancer
- Käthe Haack as Frau Koch
- Flockina von Platen as Charlotte
- Fritz Odemar as Headwaiter
- Hardt p. 122
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