The Firm Gets Married (1914 film)
The Firm Gets Married (German:Die Firma heiratet) is a 1914 German silent comedy film directed by Carl Wilhelm and starring Ernst Lubitsch, Victor Arnold and Albert Paulig. It is also known by the alternative title of The Perfect Thirty-Six. It was remade by Wilhelm as a sound film The Firm Gets Married in 1931.
|The Firm Gets Married|
|Directed by||Carl Wilhelm|
|Produced by||Paul Davidson|
|Written by||Jacques Burg |
|Starring||Ernst Lubitsch |
- Victor Arnold as Hoflieferant Manfred Mayer
- Ernst Lubitsch as Moritz Abramowski
- Albert Paulig as Reisender Siegmund Philippsohn
- Ressel Orla as Trude Hoppe
- Hanns Kräly as Verkäufer
- Alfred Kuehne
- Anna Müller-Lincke as Tante Clara
- Franz Schönemann as Konfektionär Werdenberg
- Elsaesser p.213
- Elsaesser, Thomas. Weimar Cinema and After: Germany's Historical Imaginary. Routledge, 2013.
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