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Eerie Tales (Unhemliche Geschichten) is a 1919 German an horror films.
Unheimliche Geschichten 1919
After the old-books shop closes, portraits of the Strumpet, Death, and the Devil come to life and amuse themselves by reading stories--about themselves, of course, in various guises and eras. Four of the stories are literary horror stories (one by Poe, one by R. L. Stevenson), and the last one is a comedy involving a fake haunting. Written by Judy Shoaf


  • Country: Germany
  • Run Time: 112 minutes
  • Color: Black and White
  • Release Date: 5 November 1919 (Germany)
  • Aka: WEIRD TALES; TALES OF HORROR; TALES OF THE UNCANNY; FIVE SINISTER STORIES.



Cast and Crew Edit

Directed by

Richard Oswald


Writing credits

Anselma Heine (story "Die Erscheinung") (segment 1)

Robert Liebmann (story "Die Hand") (segment 2)

Edgar Allan Poe (story "Die schwarze Katze") (segment 3)

Robert Louis Stevenson (story "The Suicide Club") (segment 4)

Richard Oswald (story "Der Spuk") (segment 5)


Starring

Anita Berber as Harlot

Conrad Veidt as Death

Reinhold Schünzel as the devil

Hugo Döblin

Paul Morgan

Georg John

Richard Oswald ... Himself (uncredited)


Produced by

Richard Oswald .... producer


Cinematography by

Carl Hoffmann (as Karl Hoffmann)

Screenplay by

Richard Oswald (screenplay)

Set Decoration by

Julius Hahlo

External Links Edit


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