Ernst Lubitsch1911-1920ComedyGermanyShort FilmSilent

Ernst Lubitsch – Der Fall Rosentopf AKA The Rosentopf Case [Incomplete] (1918)

Der Fall Rosentopf (1918)
Der Fall Rosentopf (1918)

Translated from German wikipedia wrote:
The film was shot in the UFA-Union-Filmstudios, Berlin-Tempelhof. The sets were designed by Kurt Richter. Although the National Film Archive also has designs by Paul Leni for the film, his involvement cannot be confirmed due to rediscovered film credits. The same applies to Ossi Oswalda’s involvement as an actor, as stated by Hermann G. Weinberg in 1977.
The 1,163-meter-long film was examined by the censors in July 1918. The premiere of the film, which was announced in the Lichtbild-Bühne as Der Fall Rosenblum,[4] was on September 20, 1918 at the U.T. Friedrichstraße in Berlin.Der Fall Rosentopf was one of a series of films in which the character of Sally, portrayed by Lubitsch, appeared. This character often came from a small town to a big city as a small apprentice, for example, and subsequently rose through the social ranks. Examples of this are 1916’s Schuhpalast Pinkus with Lubitsch as Sally Pinkus and 1917’s Der Blusenkönig with Lubitsch as Sally Katz. Other characters with the name Sally played by Lubitsch can be found in 1916 in Der G.m.b.H.-Tenor (Sally), 1918 in Der Rodelkavalier (Sally Pinner) and Meyer aus Berlin (Sally Meyer)

Der Fall Rosentopf (1918)
Der Fall Rosentopf (1918)
Der Fall Rosentopf (1918)

Container: Matroska
Runtime: 19 min 57 s
Size: 614 MiB
Codec: x264
Resolution: 720x576 ~> 1024x576
Aspect ratio: 16:9
Frame rate: 25.000 fps
Bit rate: 4 302 kb/s
BPP: 0.415



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