Berlin-Alexanderplatz (1931 film)
|Berlin Alexanderplatz: die Geschichte Franz Biberkopfs|
|Directed by||Phil Jutzi|
|Written by||Alfred Döblin
|Edited by||Geza Pollatschik|
|Country||German Reich (1919–1933)|
Berlin Alexanderplatz: die Geschichte Franz Biberkopfs (Berlin Alexanderplatz: the story of Franz Biberkopfs) is a 1931 German language film adapted from the novel by Alfred Döblin, who also co-wrote the screenplay, and directed by Phil Jutzi. The film stars Heinrich George as a blue collar Berliner and small-time criminal recently released from prison who finds himself being drawn into the Berlin underworld of the nineteen twenties after his prostitute lover is murdered.
"Yet, despite social upheaval, .......... the good among the working class still prove able to live an honest and decent life."
- Heinrich George - Franz Biberkopf
- Maria Bard - Cilly
- Margarete Schlegel - Sonja / Mieze
- Bernhard Minetti - Reinhold
- Gerhard Bienert - Klempner-Karl
- Albert Florath - Pums
- Paul Westermeier - Henschke
- Jakob Tiedtke - Guest at Henschke
- Hans Deppe - Guest at Henschke
- Phillips, Carson. "Berlin Alexanderplatz: the story of Franz Biberkopfs" (PDF). http://www.holocaustcentre.com. Sarah and Chaim Neuberger Holocaust Education Centre. Retrieved November 2, 2013.
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