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Basics Critics:72Viewers:73Rusty:77
Notable as: HorrorSub-Category: Black-and-white, Crime Fiction, Thriller, Art film, World cinema, Crime Thriller, Horror, Mystery, DramaRuntime: 115 - 124 minutesColor: black-and-whiteLanguage: French, GermanCountry: Germany, Weimar RepublicDirector: Fritz LangScreenwriter: Thea von HarbouMusic: Hans ErdmannCinematography: Fritz Arno Wagner, Károly VassStars: Rudolf Klein-Rogge, Otto Wernicke, Oscar Beregi, Gustav Diessl, Paul Henckels, Georg John, Adolf Edgar Licho, Theo Lingen, Theodor Loos, Karl Meixner Producer: Fritz Lang, Seymour NebenzalAward details: (details at IMDb)

The Testament of Dr. Mabuse is a 1933 German crime film directed by Fritz Lang. The movie is a sequel to Lang's silent film Dr. Mabuse the Gambler and features many cast and crew members from Lang's previous films. The film features Rudolf Klein-Rogge as Dr. Mabuse who is in an insane asylum where he is found frantically writing his crime plans. When Mabuse's criminal plans begin to be implemented, Inspector Lohmann tries to find the solution with clues from gangster Thomas Kent, the institutionalized Hofmeister and Professor Baum who becomes obsessed with Dr. Mabuse. The Testament of Dr. Mabuse was based on elements of author Norbert Jacques' novel Mabuse's Colony. It was Lang's second sound film for Nero-Film and was his final collaboration with his wife and screenwriter Thea von Harbou. To promote the film to a foreign market, a French-language version of the film was made by Lang with the same sets but different actors with the title Le Testament du Dr. Mabuse. When Adolf Hitler rose to power, Joseph Goebbels became Minister of Propaganda and banned the film in Germany, suggesting that the film would decrease the audience's confidence in its statesmen.

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