The Fox of Glenarvon

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The Fox of Glenarvon (German: Der Fuchs von Glenarvon) is a German propaganda film from the Nazi era portraying the years of the Irish fight for independence during World War I. It was produced in 1940 by Max W. Kimmich and starred Olga Tschechowa, Karl Ludwig Diehl, Ferdinand Marian and others. The screenplay was written by Wolf Neumeister and Hans Bertram after a novel of the same title by Nicola Rhon (Maria von Kirchbach) that had been published at Ullstein publishing house in 1937. It was made at the Johannisthal Studios in Berlin, with sets designed by the art directors Wilhelm Depenau and Otto Erdmann. The shoot lasted from December 1939 to February 1940. It passed censorship on 22 April 1940 and had its debut in Berlin's Ufa-Palast am Zoo two days later.

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The Fox of Glenarvon
Directed byMax W. Kimmich
Written by
Produced byHerbert Engelsing
CinematographyFritz Arno Wagner
Edited byWilly Zeyn
Music byOtto Konradt
Distributed byTobis Filmkunst
Release date
24 April 1940
Running time
91 minutes
CountryNazi Germany