Paul Rehkopf

Most Popular Paul Rehkopf Trailers

Total trailers found: 16

Variety Trailer (1925)

16 November 1925

The murderer “Boss” Huller – after having spent ten years in prison – breaks his silence to tell the warden his story.

The Testament of Dr. Mabuse Trailer (1933)

21 April 1933

Fritz Lang directed this sequel to his nearly four-hour Dr. Mabuse silent of 1922. The film opens with Detective Hofmeister (Karl Meixner) spying on the activities of a criminal syndicate.

Destiny Trailer (1921)

06 October 1921

As a young couple stops and rests in a small village inn, the man is abducted by Death and is sequestered behind a huge doorless, windowless wall.

F.P.1 Doesn't Answer Trailer (1932)

22 December 1932

F.P.1 is a huge airplane landing dock in the Atlantic where pilots making the transatlantic flight can stop.

The Hound of the Baskervilles Trailer (1937)

11 January 1937

Sherlock Holmes and Dr. Watson look into reports that a huge, vicious hound has killed Lord Charles Baskerville and that Lord Henry Baskerville is the next to be killed.

Giftgas Trailer (1929)

13 November 1929

Arnold Horn, a young idealistic chemist, discovers a compound that can be used for the production of an effective deadly poisonous gas.

Die Teufelskirche Trailer (1919)

01 January 1919

In a prologue and four acts (the prologue and the first act are lost so is necessary to describe what happens with title cards) the film depicts the terrible dream of Asmus wherein the devil joins the human world disguised as a tinker.

Robert Koch, der Bekämpfer des Todes Trailer (1939)

30 December 1939

Robert Koch (German title: Robert Koch, der Bekämpfer des Todes) is a 1939 German historical drama film directed by Hans Steinhoff and starring Emil Jannings, Werner Krauss and Viktoria von Ballasko.

Harbour Drift Trailer (1929)

01 January 1929

A pre-Depression slice of proletarian life from Weimar Germany, Harbour Drift is unusually interesting for its indifferent pessimism, rejecting even the minor rays of hope which permeate the other low-life ‘street films’ of the period.

Das Bad auf der Tenne Trailer (1943)

30 July 1943

Polish Blood Trailer (1934)

24 October 1934

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Der Ruf des Nordens Trailer (1929)

12 September 1929

Peter Helling, the only survivor of a polar expedition, returns once more to the eternal ice. Why he calls his fate out again, what has happened? At that time he had set out with his best friend Svensson, to search for the missing friend of the woman they both love and for which they fought.

Winter in the Woods Trailer (1936)

13 July 1936

The Amateur Adventure Trailer (1928)

14 April 1928

a silent movie by Robert Wiene

The Old Fritz Trailer (1928)

20 January 1928

Silent epic on the final years of Frederick II.

Der Todesreigen Trailer (1922)

04 April 1922

This anti-communist propaganda film discusses the revolutionary curse of communism in the Soviet-Union shortly before and after the fall of czardom in Russia, told from the point of view of Belarusians in exile.