The House of Dora Green
|The House of Dora Green|
|Directed by||Henrik Galeen|
|Written by||Hans Rudolf Berndorff (novel)
Bobby E. Lüthge
|Music by||Franz Grothe|
|Edited by||Martha Dübber|
|Release dates||22 February 1933|
|Running time||78 minutes|
The House of Dora Green (German:Salon Dora Green) is a 1933 German thriller film directed by Henrik Galeen and starring Mady Christians, Paul Hartmann and Leonard Steckel. It was based on the novel Diplomatische Unterwelt by Hans Rudolf Berndorff. It was the final German film made by Galeen, before being forced into exile following the Nazi Party's takeover of power. In 1937 it was released in the United States.
Foreign spies wishing to steal a technological breakthrough enlist the unwitting assistance of a cabaret singer, Dora Green. After she discovers their true intentions, she helps the authorities thwart their scheme.
- Mady Christians as Dora Green
- Paul Hartmann as Frank Gebhard
- Leonard Steckel as Sucharow
- Alfred Abel as Iwan Keller
- Betty Bird as Ellen Brinkmann
- Fritz Alberti as Kapitän Brinkman
- Anita Mey as Lola
- John Mylong as Pilarsky
- Fritz Odemar as Dimitri
- Gustav Püttjer as Adler
- Willi Schur as Gregor
- Walter Steinbeck as Der Kommissar
- Erwin van Roy as Der Conferencier
- Kurt Vespermann as Thomas
- Bock & Bergfelder p.146
- Bock, Hans-Michael & Bergfelder, Tim. The Concise CineGraph. Encyclopedia of German Cinema. Berghahn Books, 2009.
- Waldman, Harry. Nazi Films In America, 1933-1942. McFarland, 2008.
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