The Man Without Nerves
The Man Without Nerves (German:Der Mann ohne Nerven) is a 1924 German silent crime film directed by Harry Piel, assisted by Gérard Bourgeois and starring Piel, Dary Holm and Albert Paulig. It premiered in Berlin on 5 December 1924.
|The Man Without Nerves|
|Directed by||Harry Piel |
|Produced by||Harry Piel|
|Written by||Edmund Heuberger |
|Starring||Harry Piel |
|Cinematography||Georg Muschner |
Harry Piel for Hape-Film (Berlin)
|5 December 1924|
- Grange p.184
- Grange, William. Cultural Chronicle of the Weimar Republic. Scarecrow Press, 2008.
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