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Angels of the Street or The Angel of St. Pauli is a 1969 West German crime film directed by Jürgen Roland and starring Horst Frank, Herbert Fux and Werner Pochath. It is set in the St. Pauli red light district of the port of Hamburg.

  1. Jürgen Roland

    Director

  2. Karl Heinz Zeitler

    Screenplay

  3. Werner Jörg Lüddecke

    Screenplay

Top Billed Cast

  1. Horst Frank

    Horst Frank

    Jule Nickels

  2. Herbert Fux

    Herbert Fux

    Holleck

  3. Werner Pochath

    Werner Pochath

    Herbert Priel

  4. Karl Lieffen

    Karl Lieffen

    Radensky

  5. Rainer Basedow

    Rainer Basedow

    Clock Five

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Angels of the Street
Angels of the Street

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Original Title Die Engel von St. Pauli

Status Released

Release Information

  • October 23, 1969
    18
    Theatrical

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    No youth admitted, only adults.

Original Language German

Runtime 1h 42m

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