The Girl and the Legend (1957)

02/07/1957 (DE) Drama 1h 37m
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London, in 1730. Charly, Jim and Ben work hard, with the brave Maud, in a cotton mill to earn a few shillings. They all dream of the wonderful island told by Daniel Defoe. The latter lives in a miserable room. He is disgraced and rejected by his son Tom, a scoundrel who blames his father for losing his position at the Court ...

  1. Josef von Báky


  2. Emil Burri


  3. Johannes Mario Simmel


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  1. Romy Schneider

    Romy Schneider

    Maud Cantley

  2. Horst Buchholz

    Horst Buchholz


  3. Erich Ponto

    Erich Ponto

    Daniel Defoe

  4. Magda Schneider

    Magda Schneider

    Mrs. Cantley

  5. Mathias Wieman

    Mathias Wieman

    König Georg II.

  6. Rudolf Vogel

    Mr. Herodes Pum

  7. Elisabeth Flickenschildt

    Elisabeth Flickenschildt

    Miss Hackett

  8. Günther Lüders

    Dr. Drinkwater

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Original Title Robinson soll nicht sterben

Status Released

Original Language German

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