Metropolis

References

Explanatory notes

  1. ^ In the film's opening credits, several characters appear in the cast list without the names of the actors who play them: The Creative Man, The Machine Man, Death, and The Seven Deadly Sins. These roles sometimes are incorrectly attributed to Brigitte Helm, since they appear just above the last credit in the list, which is Brigitte Helm as Maria.

Citations

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  12. ^ Minden & Bachmann 2002, p. 24.
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