A Tremendously Rich Man

A Tremendously Rich Man
Directed by Steve Sekely
Produced by Joe Pasternak
Written by Eugen Szatmari
Ernst Wolff
Starring Catherine Hessling
Alexander Murski
Amy Wells
Berthold Bartosch
Music by Max Kolpé
Theo Mackeben
Cinematography Reimar Kuntze
Edited by Andrew Marton
Distributed by Deutsche Universal
Release dates
13 February 1932
Running time
73 minutes
Country Germany
Language German

A Tremendously Rich Man (German:Ein steinreicher Mann) is a 1932 German comedy film directed by Steve Sekely and starring Curt Bois, Dolly Haas and Adele Sandrock. It premiered on 13 February 1932.[1] The film was a co-production between the German subsidiary of Universal Pictures and the German firm Tobis Film.



  1. Grange p.381


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