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The Testament of Dr. Mabuse (Das Testament des Dr. Mabuse) (1933)

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Rudolf Klein-Rogge Rudolf Klein-Rogge
Dr. Mabuse
Gustav Diessl Gustav Diessl
Thomas Kent
Oskar Höcker Oskar Höcker
Bredow
Theo Lingen Theo Lingen
Karetzky
Camilla Spira Camilla Spira
Juwelen-Anna
Paul Henckels Paul Henckels
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Otto Wernicke Otto Wernicke
Inspector Karl Lohmann


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Norbert Jacques Norbert Jacques
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Fritz Lang Fritz Lang
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The Empire of Crime...

7 years, 5 months ago at Jun 16 15:53
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''When chaos has become supreme law, then the time will have come for the empire of crime.''

Berlin police inspector Lohmann investigates a case, in which all clues lead to a man, who's in a hospital for mental illnesses, for many years - Dr. Mabuse.

Rudolf Klein-Rogge: Dr. Mabuse

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A new crime wave grips the city and all clues seem to lead to the nefarious Dr. Mabuse, even though he has been imprisoned in a mental asylum for nearly a decade.
Release date: 1 January 1933
UPC: 037429187227
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" Visually fantastic German expressionism blended with the film noir genre. It has some good cliffhanger-moments and set-pieces too like the shooting down of a man in a crossing and the attempted drowning of the romantic pair. Impressive car chase at the end. It even has a returning character from "M" in it. Some characters talk too much though when it could have needed a little more pulp action, but still a fun film to see."


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"Re-watch - July 25th Super Krime Mabuse double feature This month Drafthouse kicked off a 30 film series focusing on "pulp super villains" called Super Krime, and when I saw that The Testament of Dr. Mabuse was among the offerings I immediately bought my ticket. It's been five years since I last watched this movie, but I never imagined I'd be able to see it on the big screen. Fun side note, thanks to Barnes & Noble's annual 50% off Criterion sale I also picked up a copy of the film for my colle"