Rübezahls Hochzeit

Rübezahls Hochzeit

Deutschland 1916, Spielfilm

Inhalt

Old Nip′s Wedding

Fairy tale movie, directed by Paul Wegener who also plays the leading role: Mountain spirit Rübezahl falls in love with an elf who herself has cast an eye on the private tutor in the nearby castle. To be close to the tutor, she shapeshifts into a governess and takes over her job at the castle. Rübezahl spirits away the forester, takes over his post, and wins the heart of his adored elf. As a couple, they return to the mountain region.

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Credits

Director:Paul Wegener
Screenplay:Paul Wegener
Director of photography:Mads Anton Madsen
  
Cast: 
Paul WegenerRübezahl
Lyda SalmonovaElfchen
Ernst WaldowHauslehrer
Emilie KurzGouvernante
Georg JacobyInspektor
Arthur EhrensGraf
Rochus GlieseFriseur
Marianne NiemeyerBuschgroßmutter
  
Production company:Projektions-AG »Union« (PAGU) (Berlin)
Producer:Paul Davidson

All Credits

Director:Paul Wegener
Assistant director:Rochus Gliese
Screenplay:Paul Wegener
Director of photography:Mads Anton Madsen
Production design:Rochus Gliese
Title:Lotte Reiniger (Titelsilhouetten)
  
Cast: 
Paul WegenerRübezahl
Lyda SalmonovaElfchen
Ernst WaldowHauslehrer
Emilie KurzGouvernante
Georg JacobyInspektor
Arthur EhrensGraf
Rochus GlieseFriseur
Marianne NiemeyerBuschgroßmutter
  
Production company:Projektions-AG »Union« (PAGU) (Berlin)
Producer:Paul Davidson
Shoot:: Riesengebirge: Schreiberhau, Moritzburg, Gutshof
Original distributor:Nordische Film Co. GmbH (Berlin)
Length:5 Akte, 1264 m
Format:35mm, 1:1.33
Picture/Sound:s/w, stumm
Rating:Zensur (DE): 10.1916, BZ.39810, Jugendverbot;
Zensur (DE): 21.12.1920, B.00995, jugendfrei
Screening:Aufführung (DE): 1916, Berlin, Ufa-Theater

Titles

Originaltitel (DE) Rübezahls Hochzeit

Versions

Original

Length:5 Akte, 1264 m
Format:35mm, 1:1.33
Picture/Sound:s/w, stumm
Rating:Zensur (DE): 10.1916, BZ.39810, Jugendverbot;
Zensur (DE): 21.12.1920, B.00995, jugendfrei
Screening:Aufführung (DE): 1916, Berlin, Ufa-Theater