Death Over Shanghai
Death Over Shanghai (German: Tod über Shanghai) is a 1932 German thriller film directed by Rolf Randolf and starring Gerda Maurus, Else Elster and Theodor Loos. The Chinese Ministry of Education requested[when?] that the German government have the film destroyed because they had received reports that it "ridiculed China and the Chinese people".
|Death Over Shanghai|
|Directed by||Rolf Randolf|
|Produced by||Walter Hoffmann|
|Music by||Leo Leux|
|Edited by||Hildegard Grebner|
- Gerda Maurus as Praxa, Besitzerin des Teehauses zur 'Mohnblüte'
- Else Elster as Maud - Gouverneurs Tochter
- Theodor Loos as James Biggers
- Peter Voß as John Baxter
- Max Ralph-Ostermann as Gouverneur Harris
- Robert Eckert as Mac Hover amerik. Marine-Attaché
- Ernst Pröckl as William - Biggers Sekretär
- Georg John as Lutsin - Praxas Diener
- Mammey Terja-Basa as Baxters Gehilfe
- Aruth Wartan as Corner
- Otto Kronburger as Kommandant der 'Washington'
- Fritz Alberti as Dr. Brown, Polizeichef
- Egon Kaiser as Kapellmeister & sein Orchester
- Lu p. 41–42
- Lu, Sheldon Hsiao-Peng (1997). Transnational Chinese Cinemas: Identity, Nationhood, Gender. University of Hawaii Press. ISBN 978-0-8248-1845-6.