The Screen's Supreme Thrill Drama! (1943 re-release)
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, who was fluent in French, simultaneously shot a French-language version under the title "Le Testament du Docteur Mabuse." The German cast members who were not fluent in French were replaced with French-speaking actors. Rudolf Klein-Rogge
had his dialog replaced with an early form of dubbing. See more
Hofmeister supposedly scratches Mabuse's name in a window pane of his apartment with a ring, but Hofmeister is not wearing any rings when Division 2-B enter his apartment. See more
"Magic Fire Music," old man.
You know that one, Müller? That's from "Die Walküre". Those are the girls who carry dead police inspectors directly up to heaven from the Alexanderplatz with a "Hey ho." On horseback.
Referenced in My Own Private Idaho
Die Walküre (The Valkyries)
Written by Richard Wagner
Portion hummed by Klaus Pohl See more