Street Acquaintances (1929 film)

Street Acquaintances (German: Strassenbekanntschaften) is a 1929 Czech-German silent film directed by Josef Medeotti-Bohác and Alwin Neuß and starring Theodor Pistek, Blanka Svobodová and Kitty Barling.[1]

Street Acquaintances
Directed byJosef Medeotti-Bohác
Alwin Neuß
Written byJaroslav Mencík
StarringTheodor Pistek
Blanka Svobodová
Kitty Barling
CinematographyOtto Heller
Production
company
AB Film
Distributed byStarfilm
Release date
11 January 1929
CountryCzechoslovakia
Germany
LanguageSilent
German intertitles

It was shot in Prague. The film's sets were designed by Alois Mecera.

Cast

  • Theodor Pištěk as Urban
  • Blanka Svobodová as Otýlie
  • Kitty Barling as Zdenka
  • Hilde Maroff as Ema
  • Nino Constantini as Florián Krauseminz
  • Werner Pittschau as Jaroslav Klement
  • Václav Zichovský as Factory Owner
  • André Mattoni as Vladimír Skála
  • Rosa Monetti as Marketa Skálová
  • Jan Richter as Zelenka
  • Antonie Nedošinská as Zelenka's Wife
  • Mána Zenísková as Mána
  • Jirí Hron as Václav
  • Hugh Douglas as Alfréd Snajdr aka Baron Freddy
  • Jindřich Plachta as Urban's Servant
  • Filip Bálek-Brodský as Wedding Guest
  • Milka Bálek-Brodská as Wedding Guest's Wife
  • Jindřich Lhoták as Doctor
  • Rudolf Stahl as Detective
  • Frank Argus as Inspector
  • Jindřich Edl as Commissioner
  • Betty Kysilková as Woman in Eden
  • Eduard Slégl as Servant

References

  1. Krautz p.122

Bibliography

  • Alfred Krautz. Encyclopedia of film directors in the United States of America and Europe, Volume 2. Saur, 1997.
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