Dreaming Lips

(1932)
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The young Gaby (Elisabeth Bergner) is happily married to the musician Peter (Anton Edthofer) but cannot ignore the impression that his friend Michael (Rudolf Forster), a violin virtuoso, makes on her. Even when Peter falls seriously ill, she cannot forget her love for Michael. Torn between the two men, Gaby sees only one way out...

  1. Paul Czinner

    Director, Writer

  2. Henri Bernstein

    Writer

  3. Carl Mayer

    Writer

Top Billed Cast

  1. Elisabeth Bergner

    Elisabeth Bergner

    Gaby

  2. Rudolf Forster

    Rudolf Forster

    Michael Marsden

  3. Anton Edthofer

    Peter

  4. Margarethe Hruby

    Christine

  5. Jaro Fürth

    Arzt

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Original Title Der träumende Mund

Status Released

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  • February 4, 1934
    Theatrical

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Original Language German

Runtime 1h 35m

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