Die Stunde der Entscheidung

1928

The Woman Disputed is a 1928 American silent film. Norma Talmadge stars as a good-hearted Austrian prostitute drawn into a romantic triangle on the eve of World War I. Based on a Denison Clift play, the nationalities of the characters had to be adjusted to satisfy official complaints registered with the MPPDA from the German government.[1]

Released with a soundtrack of effects and synchronized music, this film is the end of Talmadge's career in silent films. She was separated from her husband and producer Schenck, would take the next year for vocal lessons,[2] appear in two talking films, then retire. A print exists in the Library of Congress film archive, and has been recently revived.

The plot draws in part on the 1880 short story "Boule de Suif" by French writer Guy de Maupassant.

Quelle: Wikipedia(englisch)
Kinostart:1928
weitere Titel:
La Femme disputée
The Woman Disputed eu ast
Nainen kadultafi
Суперечлива жінка
噂の女 (1928年の映画)
La donna contesa
Die Stunde der Entscheidung
Genre:Filmdrama, Stummfilm, Liebesfilm
Herstellungsland:Vereinigte Staaten
Originalsprache:
Farbe:Schwarzweiß
IMDB: 81
Verleih:United Artists
Regie:Henry King
Sam Taylor
Drehbuch:C. Gardner Sullivan
Produzent:Joseph Schenck
Darsteller:Norma Talmadge
Arnold Kent
Boris de Fast
Gilbert Roland
Gladys Brockwell
Gustav von Seyffertitz
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