|Directed by||Franz Seitz|
|Produced by||Franz Seitz|
|Written by||Curt J. Braun|
|Music by||Toni Thoms|
|Edited by||Gottlieb Madl|
The film presents the story of a truck driver, Fritz Brand, who joins the Nazi Sturmabteilung to defend Germany against communist subversion orchestrated from Moscow. He persuades his social circle of the imminent danger and the need to support Hitler in the federal election.
A review in the New York Times noted favorably the film's production value and the absence of any anti-Semitic message, while also expressing contempt for its unsophisticated plot.
- Heinz Klingenberg as Fritz Brand
- Wera Liessem as Anni Baumann
- Rolf Wenkhaus as Erich Lohner
- Hedda Lembach as Margaret Lohner
- Otto Wernicke as Herr Brand
- Elise Aulinger as Frau Brand
- Joe Stöckel as Anton Huber
- Helma Rückert as Genoveva Huber
- Max Weydner as Alexandr Turow
- Philipp Weichand as SA-Wirt
- Fritz Greiner as Herr Baumann
- Magda Lena as Frau Baumann
- Rudolf Frank as Neuberg
- Manfred Koempel as Pilot, himself
- Theo Kaspar as himself
- Wastl Witt as Wirt "Café Diana"
- Rudolf Kunig as Stadtrat Rolat
- Josef Eichheim as unknown
- H. T. S. (May 28, 1934). "THE SCREEN; A Nazi Film". New York Times. Retrieved 2019-05-26.
- S.A.-Mann Brand on IMDb
- S.A.-Mann Brand is available for free download at the Internet Archive
- S.A. Mann Brand at AllMovie