Lola Montez (1918)

01/01/1918 (DE) DramaHistory
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Dancer Lola Montez is the star of Madrid's theaters. All the important men are after her, among them the English ambassador. But the leader of the "Carlist - Movement", a gang of desperados, kidnaps her, she falls for him and he proposes. But the English ambassador is trying to improve the Spanish-English relations and sent his spies after her, getting the information about her future groom, and the Spanish government is very interested in getting ahead.

  1. Robert Heymann

    Director, Screenplay

  2. Adolf Paul


Top Billed Cast

  1. Leopoldine Konstantin

    Leopoldine Konstantin

    Lola Montez

  2. Hans Wassmann

    Sir Edwards, British Ambassador

  3. Alfred Abel

    Alfred Abel

    Madons, criminal

  4. Ito Waghalter

    Marquis de Bocheville, French Diplomat

  5. Hugo Werner-Kahle

    Don Espartero, Sovereign of Spain

  6. Inge Törnquist

    Pepita, Lola's maid

  7. Helga Lassen

    Anita, Lola's maid

  8. Bodo Serp

    Member of Madon's gang

  9. Maria Zelenka

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Lola Montez

Status Released

Original Language German

Budget -

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