I Am a Camera (1955)

07/21/1955 (US) Drama 1h 38m


Just before the Nazis ascend to power in Berlin, Chris, an aspiring novelist from England, meets flamboyant cabaret entertainer Sally Bowles and an unusual friendship is born. As Sally feeds her extravagant tastes, Chris goes along for the ride, until their Jewish pal, Fritz, encounters trouble.

  1. Henry Cornelius


  2. Christopher Isherwood


  3. John Collier


Top Billed Cast

  1. Julie Harris

    Julie Harris

    Sally Bowles

  2. Laurence Harvey

    Laurence Harvey

    Christopher Isherwood

  3. Shelley Winters

    Shelley Winters

    Natalia Landauer

  4. Ron Randell

    Ron Randell

    Clive Mortimer

  5. Lea Seidl

    Fräulein Schneider

  6. Anton Diffring

    Anton Diffring

    Fritz Wendel

  7. Jean Gargoet


  8. Ina De La Haye

    Ina De La Haye

    Herr Landauer

  9. Stanley Maxted

    Curtis B. Ryland

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I Am a Camera
I Am a Camera

Status Released

Original Language English

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