Comedy of the Heart
|Comedy of the Heart|
|Directed by||Rochus Gliese|
|Produced by||Erich Pommer|
|Written by||Sophie Hochstätter (novella)
|Music by||Giuseppe Becce|
|Distributed by||Universum Film AG|
|Release dates||30 September 1924|
Comedy of the Heart (German:Komödie des Herzens) is a 1924 German silent romance film directed by Rochus Gliese and starring Lil Dagover, Nigel Barrie and Alexander Murski. It premiered at the Tauentzienpalast in Berlin on 30 September 1924. It was based on a novella by Sophie Hochstätter. The film was one of UFA's major releases of the 1923-1925 boom period. It was made at the Babelsberg Studio.
- Lil Dagover as Gerda Werska
- Nigel Barrie as Baron Vinzenz
- Alexander Murski as Graf Inger auf Ingersholm
- Ruth Weyher as Inge
- Colette Brettel as Daisy
- Victor Palfi as Jurgen
- Ernst Winar as Knud
- Hans Cürlis as Herr Fips, Hauslehrer
- Lydia Potechina as Frau Ring
- William Huch
- Robert Leffler
- Hart p.230
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