The Fatal Woman
|The Fatal Woman|
|Directed by||Maurits Binger, Louis H. Chrispijn|
|6 April 1915|
De vloek van het testament can be translated as The curse of the testimony; the film was a big Dutch movie at the time with 48 copies through Europe and 12 copies crossing to America. It was the last directed movie of Chrispijn; he wanted to get out of movies.
The storyline is about a testimony found in an old wooden desk and advocate couple van Dalen claiming the rights of it. After a big manhunt (everybody wants the testimony), it comes back to the finder and rightful owner.
- Annie Bos ... Annie van Dalen
- Willem van der Veer ... Willem van Dalen
- Jan van Dommelen ... Jan Velsen, Cabinetmaker
- Coen Hissink
- Nelly De Heer
- Fred Homann
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