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PEOPLE ON SUNDAY was premiered in
February, 1930, in Berlin

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It was then 2,014 metres long

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The original negative has been lost;
no complete copy exists

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This version is derived from a copy
from the Netherlands Film Museum

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The Dutch version is shorter, 1,615m.
Missing scenes have been reinserted

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Copies from the Swiss Cin駑at駲ue,
the Royal Belgian Cinemat駲ue...

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...and the Italian Fondazione
Cineteca supplied missing scenes

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New German intertitles based on
Censor's records were made

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The film is now 1,839 metres long

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Film Studio 1929 presents
its first experiment

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PEOPLE ON SUNDAY
A film without actors

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Produced by Moriz Seeler

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Screenplay by Billie Wilder from
a reportage by Kurt Siodmak

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Photography by Eugen Schfftan

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Directed by Robert Siodmak,
Edgar G. Ulmer

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These five people...

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...appeared before a camera
for the first time in their lives

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Today they are all back
in their own jobs

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Erwin Splettstsser drives
Taxi 1A 10088

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Last month, Brigitte Borchert...

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...sold 150 copies of the record
In a small pastry shop

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Wolfgang von Waltershausen...

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...officer, farmer, antique dealer,
gigolo, wine trader

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Christl Ehlers wears out her shoes
running after roles as a film extra

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Annie Schreyer, a model

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One Saturday

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"Embarrassing, being stood up,
isn't it? Is he fair or dark?"

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"Neither! No one stands me up!"

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"Annie's on the phone. Do you want
to go to the cinema tonight?"

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"Why's she making such a fuss?
Greta Garbo is on until Tuesday!"

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"Well, what about tomorrow?"

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"Fine, tomorrow... Sunday!"

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"Done. At ten. Nikolassee"

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"Leave the brim down, or..."

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"If I were you, I'd make
a bit of a scene!"

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Sunday

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Come at 10 to Nikolassee

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"My best friend"

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"You go on. I must make a phone call"

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"Could you see if Annie's
still there, please?"

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"How about that? She's still in bed!"

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"Smile, please"

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"Thank you"

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"Where ar
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