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1929 WITH ENGLISH SUBTITLES
Director: Karl Grune
* Script: Max Ferner, Bobby E. Lüthge
* Photo: Hugo von Kaweczynski, Fritz Arno Wagner, Josef Wirsching
* Music: Hansheinrich Dransmann
Otto Gebühr (Blücher)
Charles Vanel (Napoléon)
Augusta Prasch-Grevenberg (Mme Blücher)
Carl de Vogt (Marshall Ney)
Karl Graumann (Metternich)
Fred Immler (Gneisenau)
Humberston Wright (Wellington)
This presentation of 'Waterloo', a film by Karl Grune about the
last hurrah of Napoleon, is a fascinating companion to the Abel
Gance epic 'Napoleon'.
'Waterloo' presents a tale of several people involved in the final
battle. Napoleon and Wellington, of course, but also the Austrian
general Blutcher (who is seen as a ladies' man - his scene with a
flirty Countess about halfway through the film is priceless; as are
his touching scenes with his plain wife (who he imagines to be a
young and nubile girl when they get romantic) and some people
within his regiment.
There's spies and flappers, misunderstandings, lost documents,
intrigue, humour, and battle scenes which use lots of extras to
portray what really happened in Napoleon's last rush for power.
Napoleon himself is not as you would picture him if you had seen
the earlier Gance film; here he is a bit of a bruiser in a cocked hat.
There's also some very scary bagpipers amongst the English/Scottish
rank and file.
Not simply a film of war, 'Waterloo' is a story of people, of lovers, of lost opportunities.
The film has no musical score and the title cards are in both French and
German WITH ENGLISH SUBTITLES.
* Country: Germany
* Intertitle Language: French/German WITH ENGLISH SUBTITLES
* Runtime: 122 min; B&W; silent
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