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Metropolis (1927)
Drama, Science Fiction . 02 h 29 m
3/5(1)

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In a futuristic city sharply divided between the rich and the poor, the son of the city's mastermind meets a prophet who predicts the coming of a savior to mediate their differences.

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06 February 1927

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UFA,

Directed by :
Fritz Lang

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Summary

"Metropolis - There can be no understanding between the hands and the brain unless the heart acts as mediator." is german Language Movie.

"Metropolis" was released on 06 February 1927 it had a budget of $5,300,000 and had box office collection of $1,350,322.

The movie was directed by Fritz Lang

It has cast of: Gustav Fröhlich as Freder Fredersen, Brigitte Helm as Maria / The Machine Man, Alfred Abel as Johann 'Joh' Fredersen, Rudolf Klein-Rogge as C.A. Rotwang, Theodor Loos as Josaphat, Fritz Rasp as The Thin Man, Erwin Biswanger as No. 11811 - Georgy, Heinrich George as Grot, Fritz Alberti as Creative Human - Man Who Convinces Babel (uncredited), Grete Berger as Working Woman (uncredited), Olly Boeheim as Working Woman (uncredited), Heinrich Gotho as Master of Ceremonies (uncredited), Gottfried Huppertz as Man Playing Violin (uncredited), Georg John as Working Man Who Causes Explosion of M-Machine (uncredited), Margarete Lanner as Woman of Eternal Gardens / Lady in Car (uncredited), Rose Lichtenstein as Working Woman (uncredited), Hanns Leo Reich as Marinus (uncredited), Arthur Reinhardt as Working Man (uncredited), Curt Siodmak as Working Man (uncredited), Henrietta Siodmak as Working Woman (uncredited), Olaf Storm as Jan (uncredited), Rolf von Goth as Son in Eternal Gardens (uncredited), Helen von Münchofen as Woman of Eternal Gardens (uncredited), Helene Weigel as Working Woman (uncredited) in lead roles.

Series Cast

It Crew included: Thea von Harbou as Screenplay(Writing), Aenne Willkomm as Costume Design(Costume & Make-Up), Fritz Lang as Director(Directing), Erich Pommer as Producer(Production), Fritz Lang as Editor(Editing), Günther Rittau as Director of Photography(Camera), Karl Freund as Director of Photography(Camera), Walter Ruttmann as Director of Photography(Camera), Gottfried Huppertz as Original Music Composer(Sound), Edgar G. Ulmer as Set Designer(Art), Fritz Lang as Screenplay(Writing), Karl Vollbrecht as Art Direction(Art), Erich Kettelhut as Art Direction(Art), Otto Hunte as Art Direction(Art), Horst von Harbou as Still Photographer(Camera), Ernst Kunstmann as Special Effects(Crew), Eugen Schüfftan as Visual Effects(Visual Effects), Frank Strobel as Music Editor(Sound), Robert Baberske as First Assistant Camera(Camera), Konstantin Irmen-Tschet as Special Effects(Crew), Walter Schulze-Mittendorff as Sculptor(Art), Thea von Harbou as Novel(Writing), Karl Freund as Camera Operator(Camera), Slatan Dudow as Assistant Director(Directing), Günther Rittau as Camera Operator(Camera), Karl Vollbrecht as Set Designer(Art), Rudi George as Production Artist(Crew), Otto Harzner as Original Music Composer(Sound), Erich Kettelhut as Production Office Assistant(Crew), Otto Hunte as Set Designer(Art), Hans Taussig as Production Office Assistant(Crew), Erich Kettelhut as Set Designer(Art), Frank Strobel as Conductor(Sound), Erich Holder as Production Office Assistant(Crew), Robert Baberske as Assistant Camera(Camera), in lead roles.

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Status: Released
Released on:
06 February 1927

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