The Vulture Wally
The Vulture Wally (German: Die Geierwally) is a 1921 German silent drama film directed by Ewald André Dupont and starring Albert Steinrück, Henny Porten and William Dieterle. The film is a bergfilm based on a novel by Wilhelmine von Hillern. It is a melodrama set in the Alps, and was one of Dupont's most successful films of the early 1920s.
|The Vulture Wally|
|Directed by||Ewald André Dupont|
|Produced by||Hanns Lippmann |
|Written by||Wilhelmine von Hillern (novel) |
Ewald André Dupont
|Starring||Albert Steinrück |
|Music by||Giuseppe Becce |
|Cinematography||Karl Hasselmann |
|12 September 1921|
- Albert Steinrück as Stromminger, der Höchstbauer
- Henny Porten as Wally, Seine Tochter
- William Dieterle as Der Bären-Joseph
- Eugen Klöpfer as Der Gellner-Vincenz
- Elise Zachow-Vallentin as Luckard
- Marie Grimm-Einödshofer as Die Obermagd
- Julius Brandt as Klettenmeyer
- Wilhelm Diegelmann as Roferbauer sen.
- Gerd Fricke as Roferbauer jun.
- Grete Diercks as Afra
- Bergfelder & Cargnelli p.28
- Bergfelder, Tim & Cargnelli, Christian. Destination London: German-speaking emigrés and British cinema, 1925-1950. Berghahn Books, 2008.
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