The Last Chance


The Last Chance
The Last Chance
Directed by Leopold Lindtberg
Produced by Lazar Wechsler
Written by Alberto Barberis
Elizabeth Montagu
Richard Schweizer
Starring Ewart G. Morrison
Cinematography Emil Berna
Franz Vlasak
Editing by Hermann Haller
René Martinet
Release date(s) 26 May 1945
Running time 104 minutes
Country Switzerland
Language German

The Last Chance (German: Die Letzte Chance) is a 1945 Swiss war film directed by Leopold Lindtberg. It was entered into the 1946 Cannes Film Festival [1] and won the Grand Prize of the Festival (Golden Palm).[2]

Cast

  • Ewart G. Morrison - Major Telford
  • John Hoy - Lieutenant John Halliday
  • Ray Reagan - Sergeant Jim Braddock
  • Luisa Rossi - Tonina
  • Giuseppe Galeati - Wagon Driver
  • Romano Calò - The Priest
  • Leopold Biberti - Swiss Lieutenant
  • Sigfrit Steiner - Military Doctor
  • Emil Gerber - Frontier Guard
  • Therese Giehse - Frau Wittels
  • Robert Schwarz - Bernard Wittels
  • Germaine Tournier - Mme. Monnier
  • Berthe Sakhnowsky - Chanele
  • Jean Martin - Dutchman
  • Carlo Romatko - Yugoslav Worker

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