Cserépy Film

Cserépy Film was a German film production company which operated during the silent era. It was founded by the director Arzén von Cserépy. In 1922 it became affiliated with the much larger Ufa company, and in 1924 it was merged into it entirely.[1] The company was notable for a number of epics it made, particularly the Fridericus Rex series of films about Frederick the Great which enjoyed enormous popularity with Weimar German audiences.


  1. Kreimeier p.93


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