Does a Woman Have to Become a Mother?
Does a Woman Have to Become a Mother? or Paragraph 144 (German: Muß die Frau Mutter werden?) is a 1924 Austrian-German silent film directed by Georg Jacoby and Hans Otto and starring Harry Liedtke. Originally intended as a pro-abortion film, by the time it was released it was advocating the opposite view.
|Does a Woman Have to Become a Mother?|
|Directed by||Georg Jacoby |
|Written by||Georg Jacoby|
|23 December 1924|
Does a Woman Have to Become a Mother? (1924) is a new edited version of Moral und Sinnlichkeit (1919).
- Rolf Reinhardt as Primarazt Dr. Unger
- Paul Otto as Dr. Weisse
- Kurt Ehrle as Fritz Hardt - Fabrikant
- Käthe Dorsch as Else Hardt, geb Wolf
- Hanna Ralph as Frau Derstner
- Erika Glässner as Margit, deren Nichte
- Carl Auen as Kurt Wolf - ihr Bruder
- Harry Liedtke as Dr. Hellbrandt
- Hermann Thimig as Alfred Weng - Hellbrandts Freund
- Ellen Blondys as Edith Kramer
- Margarete Kupfer as Frau Klumberger - Hebamme
- Artur Ranzenhofer as Dr. Heller - Assistant im Spital Dr. Ungers
- Anny Ranzenhofer as arme Mutter
- Kreimeier p.103
- Kreimeier, Klaus. The Ufa Story: A History of Germany's Greatest Film Company, 1918-1945. University of California Press, 1999.
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