The Golem and the Dancing Girl

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The Golem and the Dancing Girl
The Golem and the Dancing Girl 1917 Movie Poster.jpg
The Golem and the Dancing Girl (1917), in German, "Der Golem und die Tänzerin", from the theatrical film poster
Directed by Rochus Gliese
Paul Wegener
Written by Paul Wegener
Starring Paul Wegener
Lyda Salmonova
Rochus Gliese
Wilhelm Diegelmann
Wilhelm Diegelmann
Fritz Feld
Emilie Kurz
Mr. Meschugge
Erich Schönfelder
Friedrich Veilchenfeld
Ernst Waldow
Release date
  • January 15, 1917 (1917-01-15)
Country German Empire
Language Silent film
German intertitles

The Golem and the Dancing Girl (original German title: Der Golem und die Tänzerin) is a 1917 film parody. It is part of a trilogy, preceded by The Golem (1915) and followed by The Golem: How He Came into the World (1920). Paul Wegener and Rochus Gliese co-directed and acted in the film. Wegener also wrote the screenplay. This was the screen debut of Fritz Feld.

The Golem and the Dancing Girl is now considered a lost film, though silentera.com reports a print may exist in an "eastern European film archive".[1]

Plot[edit]

Screenshot, from the 1917 German, horror film, by Paul Wegener, The Golem and the Dancing Girl

Cast[edit]

IMDb credits Wegener as playing the Golem (as he did in the other two films in the trilogy), while silentera.com states this role was played by Gliese.

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References[edit]

  1. ^ "Der Golem und die Tänzerin". silentera.com. Retrieved February 27, 2013. 

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