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The Resource Die Nibelungen, a Decla-Bioscop/UFA Production ; screenplay, Thea von Harbou ; directed by Fritz Lang, (videorecording)

Die Nibelungen, a Decla-Bioscop/UFA Production ; screenplay, Thea von Harbou ; directed by Fritz Lang, (videorecording)

Label
Die Nibelungen
Title
Die Nibelungen
Statement of responsibility
a Decla-Bioscop/UFA Production ; screenplay, Thea von Harbou ; directed by Fritz Lang
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Subject
Genre
Language
  • ger
  • eng
  • ger
  • ger
Summary
In part one, Siegfried wins the hand of Kriemhilde by slaying the dragon and defeating Brunhilde. When Brunhilde learns that magic has been used to conquer her, she has Siegfried murdered. In part two, Kriemhilde seeks revenge for Siegfried's death and marries Attila, king of the Huns, in order to further her purpose
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Cataloging source
FTL
Characteristic
videorecording
Credits note
Photography by Carl Hoffman, Gunther Rittau
Language note
Pt. 1, English credits and intertitles; Pt. 2, credits and intertitles in German with English translation
PerformerNote
Pt. 1 Siegfried: Paul Richter, Margareta Schoen, Theodor Loos. Pt. 2. Kriemhild's Rache: Theodor Loos, Margareta Schoen. With Hanna Ralph, Hans Adalbert Schlettow, Rudolf Klein-Rogge
Runtime
291
Target audience
general
Technique
live action
Die Nibelungen, a Decla-Bioscop/UFA Production ; screenplay, Thea von Harbou ; directed by Fritz Lang, (videorecording)
Label
Die Nibelungen, a Decla-Bioscop/UFA Production ; screenplay, Thea von Harbou ; directed by Fritz Lang, (videorecording)
Publication
Note
  • Originally produced in Germany as a 2-part silent motion picture in 1924
  • Based on the 12th century epic poem Die Nibelungenlied
  • Silent film with orchestral score; restored by the Munich Film Archive
  • "Special contents of this edition: c1991 Film Preservation Associates."
  • Special features include: footage of Fritz Lang on the set, production design and special effects sketches by Erich Kettelhut, comparison of the dragon-slaying scenes from Siegfried and The thief of Baghdad, original 1924 score performed by the Munich Radio Orchestra, essay by film scholar Jan-Christopher Horak, optimal image quality, new English title translation, photo gallery, including rare behind-the-scenes images
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Color
black and white
Configuration of playback channels
unknown
Contents
pt. 1. Siegfried (143 min.) -- pt. 2. Kriemhilds Rache = Kriemhild's revenge (148 min.)
Dimensions
4 3/4 in.
Dimensions
other
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Extent
2 videodiscs (291 min.)
Medium for sound
videodisc
Other control number
738329026523
Other physical details
sd., b&w
Publisher number
K265
Sound on medium or separate
sound on medium
Specific material designation
videodisc
System details
DVD, full frame 1.33:1 aspect ratio, RSDL dual-layer edition
Video recording format
DVD

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