Let There Be Light (1917 film)
Let There Be Light (German: Es werde Licht!) is a 1917 German silent drama film directed by Richard Oswald and starring Bernd Aldor, Hugo Flink and Nelly Lagarst. It was followed by three sequels. The film was a protest against Germany's anti-abortion law, and also touched on the dangers of syphilis. It is a lost film.
|Let There Be Light|
|Directed by||Richard Oswald|
|Produced by||Richard Oswald|
- Bernd Aldor as Georg Mauthner, Arzt
- Hugo Flink as Paul Maunther, Maler, Georgs Bruder
- Nelly Lagarst as Assistentin
- Ernst Ludwig as Stadtrat Kaufherr
- Leontine Kühnberg as Else, dessen Tochter
- Lupu Pick as Dr. Franzius, annoncierender Arzt
- Max Gülstorff as Patient
- Kurt Vespermann as Gerd
- Kathe Oswald as Ingeborg
- Conrad Veidt as Herr Kramer
- Kreimeier p. 44
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