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The Man Without Love
|The Man Without Love|
|Directed by||Guido Brignone|
|Produced by||Victor Skutezky|
The Man Without Love (German: Der Mann, der nicht liebt) is a 1929 French-German silent drama film directed by Guido Brignone and starring Gustav Diessl, Ágnes Eszterházy, and Harry Hardt. It is based on the play Kean by Alexandre Dumas.
The film's sets were designed by Heinrich Richter.
- Gustav Diessl as Mérone, ein Schauspieler
- Ágnes Eszterházy as Elena
- Harry Hardt as Richard, deren Gatte
- Alexander Murski as Elenas Vater
- Daisy D'Ora as Aline
- Max Gülstorff as Gaillard, Alines Onkel
- Pino Bradamante as St. Croche, Alines Verlobter
- Valerie Boothby as Yvonne, Mérones Geliebte
- Suzanne Delmas as Ginette, ein Apachenmädchen
- Alexej Bondireff as Pitou
- Nico Turoff as Pierre
- Carla Bartheel as Suze
- Suzanne Bianchetti as Duchesse de Rogall
- Colette Darfeuil as Yvonne
- Klossner, p. 242.
- Klossner, Michael (2002). The Europe of 1500–1815 on Film and Television: A Worldwide Filmography of Over 2550 Works, 1895 Through 2000. Jefferson, NC: McFarland. ISBN 978-0-7864-1223-5.
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