Das Gasthaus an der Themse

Directed by: Alfred Vohrer, Germany, 1962

Germany, 1962


Cast and Credits

Production Rialto Film Preben Philipsen
Producer Horst Wendlandt
Director Alfred Vohrer
Scenario Trygve Larsen
Harald G. Petersson
Story Edgar Wallace
Director of Photography Karl Löb
Composer Martin Böttcher
Editor Carl-Otto Bartning
Art Director Mathias Matthies
Ellen Schmidt
Cast Joachim Fuchsberger [Wade]
Richard Münch
Eddi Arent [Barnaby]
Klaus Kinski [Gregor]
Jan Hendriks [Roger Lane]
Siegfried Schürenberg [Sir John von Scotland Yard]
Elisabeth Flickenschildt [Mrs. Nelly Oaks]
Brigitte Grothum [Leila Patterson]
Heinz Engelmann [Mr. Brown, Kapitaen]
Rudolf Fenner [Big-Willy]
Hela Gruel [Anna Smith]

Technical specifications
Category: Feature Film
Technical Details: Format: 35 mm, 1:2,35 - Ratio: 1:2,35 - Black and White,Length: 87 minutes, 2526 meters
Sound System: Mono

Reviews in German: "Nasskalte, unheimliche Angelegenheit. Spannung bis zum Schluss" (Der Tagesspiegel, Berlin 1962)

General Information

Das Gasthaus an der Themse is a motion picture produced in the year 1962 as a Germany production. The Film was directed by Alfred Vohrer, with Joachim Fuchsberger, Richard Münch, Eddi Arent, Klaus Kinski, Jan Hendriks, in the leading parts. We have currently no synopsis of this picture on file;

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