Die drei Kuckucksuhren (1926)

05/25/1926 (DE) Drama 28m
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Lord Ernest Clifton lives with his beautiful wife, Gladys, at Easton Lodge. He has lost immense wealth in the lap of his uncle's death. One day Lord Clifton receives a mysterious package with an even more mysterious letter from his uncle. Three cuckoo clocks that strike only once a month should show him the way to find the second part of the pot of gold buried somewhere. Ernest's thirst for adventure only awakens and waits for the first cuckoo clock to mark the room number of a hotel in Cairo, where the second cuckoo clock hangs.

  1. Lothar Mendes


  2. Robert Liebmann


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  1. Lillian Hall-Davis

    Lillian Hall-Davis

    Gladys Clifton

  2. Nina Vanna

    Mary Davids

  3. Nils Asther

    Nils Asther

    Reginald Ellis

  4. Eric Barclay

    Eric Barclay

    Lord Ernest Clifton

  5. Albert Steinrück

    Albert Steinrück


  6. Hermann Vallentin

    Hermann Vallentin


  7. Paul Graetz

    Paul Graetz

    Hotel Manager

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Original Language German

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