The Motorist Bride
The Motorist Bride (German: Die Motorbraut) is a 1925 German silent romance film directed by Richard Eichberg and starring Hans Mierendorff, Lee Parry and Ernst Hofmann. The film is notable for the use of Lilian Harvey as a stunt double for Parry during the mountaineering scenes shot in Switzerland. Harvey quickly graduated to become the top star of Richard Eichberg's production company.
|The Motorist Bride|
|Directed by||Richard Eichberg|
|Produced by||Richard Eichberg|
- Hans Mierendorff as Johann Amberg
- Lee Parry as Eva, seine Tochter
- Ernst Hofmann as Hans von Corell
- Angelo Ferrari as Frank Bruhn
- Sinaida Korolenko as Lili
- Max Grünberg as Heinz Ellhof
- Erwin van Roy as Gottlieb Daffke
- Hans Stürm as Gustav Briese
- Margarete Kupfer as Marta
- Gerhard Ritterband as Max
- Lilian Harvey as Eva (Stunt Double)
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- Grange p. 190
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