The Prodigal Son (German: Der verlorene Sohn) is a 1934 German drama film directed by Luis Trenker and starring Trenker, Maria Andergast and Bertl Schultes. A South Tyrolean immigrates to New York City, but ultimately finding the U.S. is not for him, returns to his home village.
|The Prodigal Son|
|Directed by||Luis Trenker|
|Produced by||Paul Kohner|
|Music by||Giuseppe Becce|
|Distributed by||Universal Pictures|
|6 September 1934|
It was made by the German branch of Universal Pictures.
- Luis Trenker as Tonio Feuersinger
- Maria Andergast as Barbl Gudauner
- Bertl Schultes as Barbl's father
- Marian Marsh as Lilian Williams
- F.W. Schröder-Schrom as Mr. Williams
- Jimmie Fox as Hobby
- Paul Henckels as the Teacher
- Eduard Köck as Tonio's father
- Melanie Horeschowsky as Rosina Unverdorben
- Emmerich Albert, Hans Jamnig, and Luis Gerold as Lumberjacks
- Lore Schuetzendorf as Rauhnacht maiden
- Lucie Euler as the Landlady
- Borwin Walth as the Butler
- Hake p.142
- Hake, Sabine. Popular Cinema of the Third Reich. University of Texas Press, 2001.