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Ladies of the German cinema

Author: Pola NegriJohannes RiemannAlfred AbelAlbert SteinrückRobert NeppachAll authors
Publisher: Phoenix, AZ : Grapevine Video, ©2009.
Edition/Format:   DVD video : English
Database:WorldCat
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Sappho: The engineer Georg de la Croix suffers a nervous breakdown due to the continuous unfaithfulness of his lover, Dame Sappho. Georg ends up in a lunatic asylum. His brother, Richard wants to avenge him but instead falls in love with the beautiful Dame Sappho. When Herr Richard finds out from a previous lover of Dame Sappho that she was the cause of his brother's insanity, Richard decides to put an end to his
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Genre/Form: Silent films
Drama
Material Type: Videorecording
Document Type: Visual material
All Authors / Contributors: Pola Negri; Johannes Riemann; Alfred Abel; Albert Steinrück; Robert Neppach; Arpad Viragh; Max Kiontke; Henny Porten; Fritz Kortner; William Dieterle; Dimitri Buchowetzki; Carl Mayer; Paul Leni; Leopold Jessner; Grapevine Video (Firm)
OCLC Number: 449818551
Language Note: English intertitles; Backstairs: intertitles originally in German.
Notes: Title from disc menu.
Full screen silent films with music scores added; films originally released in 1921; Backstairs originally released as Hintertreppe.
Durations: 1:22:00; 50:00.
Credits: Sappho: stage management, Dimitri Buchowetzky ; decorations, Robert Neppach ; cinematography, Arpad Viragh ; technical management, Max Kiontke.
Backstairs: settings by Paul Leni ; directed by Leopold Jessner.
Cast: Sappho: Pola Negri (Sappho), Johannes Riemann (Richard de la Croix), Alfred Abel (Georg de la Croix), Albert Steinrück (Andreas).
Backstairs: Henny Porter (the maid), Fritz Kortner (the postman), Wilhelm Dieterle (the lover).
Description: 1 videodisc : sd., b&w ; 4 3/4 in.
Details: DVD.
Contents: Sappho : a drama in 5 acts / by Dimitri Buchowetzky --
Backstairs / scenario by Carl Mayer.
Other Titles: Backstairs.
Ladies of the German cinema (1921)
Sappho (Motion picture)
Hintertreppe (Motion picture).

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Sappho: The engineer Georg de la Croix suffers a nervous breakdown due to the continuous unfaithfulness of his lover, Dame Sappho. Georg ends up in a lunatic asylum. His brother, Richard wants to avenge him but instead falls in love with the beautiful Dame Sappho. When Herr Richard finds out from a previous lover of Dame Sappho that she was the cause of his brother's insanity, Richard decides to put an end to his affair with her by marrying someone else but he still must see Dame Sappho, even minutes after the wedding. The love turmoil will have a "grand finale" at the end of the film in a magnificent and thrilling scene at the Opera where our heroine will pay for her old and new love sins.

Backstairs: In this early German expressionist film a young woman's love is thwarted by a postman consumed with jealousy who intercepts her beloved's letters to her and who finally slays him. Devastated, she hurls herself from a building and kills herself.

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