Call number: DVD-4990

EWERS, Hanns Heinz - Der Student von Prag

On 2 DVDs

This is DVD 2, containing the 83 minute version and Die ideale Gattin

EWERS, Hanns Heinz
Der Student von Prag [The Student of Prague]

Deutsche Bioscop Gesellschaft GmbH (Berlin), 1913
Assistant director: Stellan Rye
Screenplay: Stellan Rye, Hanns Heinz Ewers, Paul Wegener, loosely based on loosely based on Edgar Allan Poe's short story 'William Wilson', a poem by Alfred de Musset, and the Faust legend
Photography: Guido Seeber
Production design: Klaus Richter, Robert A. Dietrich
Music for this edition: Josef Weiss, revised orchestration by Bernd Thewes, performed by Mark Pogolski

Balduin, a student			                Paul Wegener	
Scapinelli, an old adventurer	                        John Gottowt	
Lyduschka, an errant girl 		                Lyda Salmonova	
Countess Margit von Schwarzenberg 	                Grete Berger	
Count von Schwarzenberg, her father 	                Lothar Körner	
Baron Waldis-Schwarzenberg, her cousin and betrothed 	Fritz Weidemann
83 minutes
Reworked version, German titles with optional English and French subtitles, silent with added music track, tinted


Die ideale Gattin [The Ideal Wife]
Deutsche Bioscop GmbH (Berlin), 1913
Director: unknown
Script: Hanns Heinz Ewers, Marc Henry

Paul, a bachelor	                                Paul Biensfeldt
Grete, his bride	                                Grete Berger
Krispin, matchmaker for fastidious gentlemen	        Ernst Lubitsch
A corset doll		                                Lyda Salmonova
16 minutes
German titles, with optional English and French subtitles, silent, no added music track

Region code 0
Aspect ratio 1.33:1 (4:3)
Languages Optional English and French subtitles
Features Die ideale Gattin (for details see above)
Original script and documents as ROM features
20 page trilingual booklet with texts by Hanns Heinz Ewers and an essay by Stefan Droessler
Source Edition Filmmuseum, 80

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