Ein Unsichtbarer geht durch die Stadt

Deutschland 1933 Spielfilm

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Summary

Action flick about penniless cab driver Harry – played by Harry Piel – who, one day, comes into possession of a suitcase left behind by a passenger who is on the run. The suitcase contains a magic hood that renders its bearer invisible. By means of the magic hood Harry and his room-mate Fritz make an enormous fortune. But their antics with the hood have severe consequences: Harry loses the love of honest flower seller Anni, and Fritz even becomes a ruthless criminal. When the two former friends end up in a mortal fight, Harry finally wakes up drenched in sweat. He has only had a bad nightmare: The suitcase contains an innovative aviator helmet that is worth a generous reward permitting Harry to save Anni′s flower shop from financial ruin.

 

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Shoot

    • Berlin und Umgebung, Altrhein bei Darmstadt (Zeppelin), Rennbahn Karlshorst
Duration:
2850 m, 104 min
Format:
35mm, 1:1.33
Video/Audio:
s/w
Censorship/Age rating:

Zensur (DE): 28.09.1933, B.34602, Jugendverbot;
Doppelprüfung (DE): 16.10.1933, B.34736, Jugendverbot

Screening:

Uraufführung (DE): 29.09.1933, Berlin, U.T. Kurfürstendamm

Titles

  • Originaltitel (DE) Ein Unsichtbarer geht durch die Stadt
  • Weiterer Titel Mein ist die Welt

Versions

Original

Duration:
2850 m, 104 min
Format:
35mm, 1:1.33
Video/Audio:
s/w
Censorship/Age rating:

Zensur (DE): 28.09.1933, B.34602, Jugendverbot;
Doppelprüfung (DE): 16.10.1933, B.34736, Jugendverbot

Screening:

Uraufführung (DE): 29.09.1933, Berlin, U.T. Kurfürstendamm