Everyone Dies in His Own Company Trailer

Everyone Dies in His Own Company Trailer (1976)

21 January 1976 Drama, Thriller, War 102 mins

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Cast

Hildegard Knef

as Anna Quangel

Carl Raddatz

as Otto Quangel

Sylvia Manas

as Trudel Baumann

Martin Hirthe

as Commissioner Escherich

Gerd Böckmann

as Schröder

Heinz Reincke

as Emil Borkhausen

Beate Hasenau

as Karla Borkhausen

Peter Matic

as Enno Kluge

Rudolf Fernau

as Kammergerichtsrat Fromm

Hans Korte

as Obergruppenführer Prall

Pinkas Braun

as Widerstandskämpfer Der Dunkle

Brigitte Mira

as Frau Häberle

Edith Heerdegen

as Sarah Rosenthal

Alexander Radszun

as Otti Quangel

Heinz Ehrenfreund

as Karl Hergesell

Wilhelm Borchert

as Pastor Lorenz

Crew

Karl Spiehs

Karl Spiehs Producer

Gerhard Heinz

Original Music Composer

Heinz Hölscher

Heinz Hölscher Director of Photography

International Releases Dates

Germany 21 January 1976

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