De Dødes Ø

Denmark 1913

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Directed by Vilhelm Glückstadt

Good versus evil concerning Prince Udo, owner of the Isle, and the beautiful Flora, goddaughter of the gardener. Inspired by the painting by Arnold BöcklinU and poem by Adam Oehlenschläger.

a.k.a. Island of the Dead / Isle of the Dead


Robert Schyberg as Prince Udo von Freundsberg
Hakon Ahnfelt-Rønne as Count Sartoriski
Ellen Tegner as Countess Irma Sartoriski
Otto Conradsen as Baron Sturm
Thilda Fønss as Baronesse Sturm
Richard Jensen as Count Fersen
Kai Lind as Dr. Eckstein
Rasmus Ottesen as Dr. Critius - the Steward
Gudrun Houlberg as Flora - the Goddaughter
Thorleif Lund as Old Baucis, the Gardner

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