Endangered Girls (1958 film)
Endangered Girls (German: Gefährdete Mädchen) is a 1958 German crime film directed by Wolfgang Glück and starring Gerlinde Locker, Wolf Albach Retty and Heinz Drache. The film was released in Italy in 1958 under the title Diecimila Donne Alla Deriva.
|Directed by||Wolfgang Glück|
|Produced by||Ernst Müller|
|Written by||Hellmut Andics|
|Music by||Hans Hagen|
|6 March 1958|
- Wolf Albach Retty as Dr. Thomas Jensen
- Gerlinde Locker as Erika
- Sigrid Marquardt as Christa Ritter
- Heinz Drache as Heinz Sanders
- Edith Elmay as Sonja
- Emmerich Schrenk as Mario Cortez
- Marina Petrova as Draga
- Horst Beck as Meidecke
- Raoul Retzer as Schiffskapitän
- Robert Meyn as Maulbeck, Kriminalkommissar
- Fatty George as Himself, and his Jazz.-Band
- Else Rambausek as Hausmeisterin in Wien
- Gert Türmer as Kraus, Conferencier
When Gefährdete Mädchen was first released in Italy in 1958 the Committee for the Theatrical Review of the Italian Ministry of Cultural Heritage and Activities rated the film suitable for people 16 years and older as long as the following frames are removed: the two dancers Alma and Annelore topless and Draga, topless, taking photographs of Sanders. The reason for the age restriction, cited in the official documents, is because of the corrupted and immoral environment in which the sequence takes place. The official document number is: 30750, it was signed on 10 December 1959 by Minister Domenico Magrì.
- The BFI companion to German cinema. p.125
- Database of the documents produced by the Committee for the Theatrical Review of The Italian Ministry of Cultural Heritage and Activities, from 1944 to 2000.
- Thomas Elsaesser & Michael Wedel. The BFI companion to German cinema. British Film Institute, 1999.
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