Comradeship Trailer

Comradeship Trailer (1931)

17 November 1931 Drama, Action 93 mins

The picture tells of a mine disaster where German miners rescue French miners from an undergound fire and explosion. The story takes place in the Lorraine/Saar region, along the border between France and Germany.

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Cast

Fritz Kampers

as Wilderer

Ernst Busch

as Wittkopp

Elisabeth Wendt

as Frau Wittkopp

Oskar Höcker

as Obersteiger

Daniel Mendaille

as Jean Leclerc

Andrée Ducret

as Françoise

Alex Bernard

as Grand-père, le vieux mineur

Pierre-Louis

as Georges - le petit galibot

Héléna Manson

as Rose, la femme du mineur blessé

Willem Holsboer

as Ingenieur des deutschen Bergwerks

Georges Tourreil

as L'ingénieur

International Titles

Kameradschaft Trailer

International Releases Dates

Germany 17 November 1931

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Alternative movies trailers for Comradeship

More movie trailers, teasers, and clips from Comradeship:

Kameradschaft (Comradeship)

Based on a real disaster in 1906 Kameradschaft is a plea against war and for friendship between peoples set at a mine that's been split in two following the border changes after WW1.

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