Overview

After a detective is assaulted by thugs and placed in an asylum run by Professor Baum, he observes the professor's preoccupation with another patient, the criminal genius Dr. Mabuse the hypnotist. When Mabuse's notes are found to be connected with a rash of recent crimes, Commissioner Lohmann must determine how Mabuse is communicating with the criminals, despite conflicting reports on the doctor's whereabouts, and capture him for good.

  1. Fritz Lang

    Director, Screenplay

  2. Norbert Jacques

    Novel

  3. Thea von Harbou

    Screenplay

Top Billed Cast

  1. Rudolf Klein-Rogge

    Rudolf Klein-Rogge

    Dr. Mabuse

  2. Oscar Beregi Sr.

    Oscar Beregi Sr.

    Prof. Dr. Baum

  3. Paul Bernd

    Erpresser

  4. Henry PleƟ

    Bulle

  5. Otto Wernicke

    Otto Wernicke

    Kommissar Lohmann

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The Testament of Dr. Mabuse
The Testament of Dr. Mabuse

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Original Title Das Testament des Dr. Mabuse

Status Released

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  • April 21, 1933
    Theatrical

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Original Language German

Runtime 2h 2m

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