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After Midnight (German: Ab Mitternacht) is a 1938 French-German drama film directed by Carl Hoffmann and starring Gina Falckenberg, Peter Voß and René Deltgen. It was shot as a German-language version of the French film Nights of Princes, produced as a co-production between the French subsidiary of Tobis Film and the producer Joseph N. Ermolieff. Such multiple-language versions were common during the decade. Both films were based on the 1927 novel Nights of Princes by Joseph Kessel.
|Directed by||Carl Hoffmann|
|Written by||Joseph N. Ermolieff |
|Based on||Nights of Princes by Joseph Kessel|
|Produced by||Herbert Engelsing |
Joseph N. Ermolieff
|Starring||Gina Falckenberg |
|Edited by||Carl Forcht|
|Music by||Michel Michelet|
|Distributed by||Tobis Film|
|8 April 1938|
Helene performs in a Paris nightclub run by White Russian exiles. When a her husband, an engineer she believed had died in the Russian Civil War, reappears she tries to assist him. However, this opens her to blackmail by her dancing partner Fedor.
- Goble p.661
- Goble, Alan. The Complete Index to Literary Sources in Film. Walter de Gruyter, 1999.