Eyes of Love
|Eyes of Love|
|Directed by||Alfred Braun|
|Music by||Wolfgang Zeller|
|Edited by||Walter Fredersdorf|
|Distributed by||Imperial Film|
|26 October 1951|
The screenplay was written by the director Veit Harlan. Harlan developed the project, but then turned over direction to his friend Braun.
The film was a wartime production, which began shooting in 1942 and was completed in 1944. Planned for a 1945 release, it was blocked by Joseph Goebbels who found the quality poor and disliked the fact that much of it was set in hospitals. It was eventually given a belated post-war release in 1951. By the time it was released, several of its cast members had died.
- Käthe Gold as Schwester Agnes
- René Deltgen as Günther Imhoff
- Paul Wegener as Prof. Mochmann
- Hans Schlenck as Dr. Lamprecht
- Ilse Petri as Milo Thiele
- Rudolf Schündler as Dr. Bertram
- Mady Rahl as Gerda Schirmer
- Albert Florath as Laboratoriumsdiener
- Maria Koppenhöfer as Oberschwester
- Gertrud Spalke
- Marina Werner-Papke
- Walter Pentzlin
- Noack p.248
- Noack, Frank. Veit Harlan: The Life and Work of a Nazi Filmmaker. University Press of Kentucky, 2016.
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