The Flame (1923 film)
The Flame (German: Die Flamme) is a 1923 German silent drama film directed by Ernst Lubitsch and starring Pola Negri, Hermann Thimig and Alfred Abel. The film is based on a play by Hans Müller. In the United States it was released under the alternative title Montmartre. It was the last film Lubitsch made in Germany before emigrating to Hollywood where he directed his first American film Rosita for United Artists the same year.
|Directed by||Ernst Lubitsch|
|Written by||Hans Müller (play) |
|Starring||Pola Negri |
|Cinematography||Alfred Hansen |
|Distributed by||UFA |
Paramount Pictures (US)
|11 September 1923 |
- Eyman p.380
- Eyman, Scott. Ernst Lubitsch: Laughter in Paradise. Johns Hopkins University Press, 2000.
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