Uncle Kruger

Uncle Kruger (1941)

Ohm Krüger (English: Uncle Krüger) is a 1941 German biographical film directed by Hans Steinhoff and starring Emil Jannings, Lucie Höflich and Werner Hinz. It was one of a series of propaganda films produced in Nazi Germany attacking the British. The film depicts the life of the South African politician Paul Kruger and his eventual defeat by the British during the Boer War. It was the first film to be awarded the 'Film of the Nation' award. It was re-released in 1944

Writing:
  • Kurt Heuser
  • Harald Bratt
Directing:
  • Hans Steinhoff
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  • Release Date: 1941-01-02
  • Language: Deutsch
  • Country: DE
  • Runtime: 135
  • Budget: $2,200,000

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Französischer Außenminister

Gerhard Bienert

Schottischer Offizier

Wolfgang Lukschy

Junger englischer Offizier

Gustaf Gründgens

Joseph Chamberlain

Werner Hinz

Jan Krüger

Eduard von Winterstein

Kommandant Cronje

Emil Jannings

Ohm (Paul)Krüger

Ferdinand Marian

Cecil John Rhodes

Hilde Körber

Burenfrau

Lucie Höflich

Sanna Krüger

Paul Bildt

Niederländischer Außenminister

Gisela Uhlen

Petra, seine Frau

Ernst Schröder

Adrian Krüger

Franz Schafheitlin

Lord Kitchener

Flockina von Platen

Agentin Flora Shaw
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