|Directed by||Helmut Weiss|
|Produced by||Georg Richter|
|Written by||Elisabeth Zimmermann
|Music by||Adolf Steimel|
|Edited by||Luise Dreyer-Sachsenberg|
|Distributed by||Norddeutscher Film|
|1 July 1949|
Tromba is a 1949 Italian-West German thriller film directed by Helmut Weiss and starring René Deltgen, Angelika Hauff and Gustav Knuth. It is a circus film with elements of film noir. It was one of the most popular West German films of the year, suggesting audiences supported a shift away from rubble films. It was released in the US in 1952 as Tromba: the Tiger Man by Lippert Pictures.
- René Deltgen as Kurt Tromba, Tigerdompteur
- Angelika Hauff as Ola Orlando, Trapezkünstlerin
- Gustav Knuth as Ernesto Spadoli, Artist
- Hilde Weissner as Teresa Kronbeck, Zirkusdirektorin
- Gardy Granass as Gardy Kronbeck, Sportstudentin
- Grethe Weiser as Cläre Vets, ehemalige Schulreiterin
- Adrian Hoven as Rudy Walheim, Sportstudent
- Carl Wery as Eric Jensen, Zirkusregisseur
- Hans Böhme as Olaf Orlando, Artist
- Dieter von der Recke as Alfons Orlando, Artist
- Jürgen Richter as Andy Orlando
- Spicer p.109
- Bergfelder p.31
- Bergfelder, Tim. International Adventures: German Popular Cinema and European Co-Productions in the 1960s. Berghahn Books, 2005.
- Spicer, Andrew. Historical Dictionary of Film Noir. Scarecrow Press, 2010.
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