Väter und Söhne Trailer

Väter und Söhne Trailer (1986)

12 November 1986 Drama

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Cast

Burt Lancaster

as Geheimrat Carl Julius Deutz

Rüdiger Vogler

as Ulrich Deutz

Julie Christie

as Charlotte Deutz geb. von Döring

Dieter Laser

as Friedrich Deutz

Bruno Ganz

as Heinrich Beck

Tina Engel

as Luise Beck geb. Deutz

Burkhard Heyl

as Carl Beck

Herbert Grönemeyer

as Georg Deutz

Katharina Thalbach

as Elli Deutz

Martin Benrath

as Bankier Bernheim

Hannes Jaenicke

as Max Bernheim

Laura Morante

as Judith Bernheim

Christian Doermer

as Dr. Körner

Alexander Radszun

as Sokolowski

Crew

International Releases Dates

Germany 12 November 1986

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