The Tin Drum Germany France Director Volker Schlodorff

Production: Franz Seitz Filmproduktion, Bioskop Film, GGB 14 KG, Artemis Filmegesellschaft, Argos Films, Jadran Film, Film Polski; Eastmancolour, 35mm; running time: 142 minutes. Filmed in Zagreb, Munchen, and Paris, 1978.

Producer: Franz Seitz; executive producer: Anatole Dauman; screenplay: Jean-Claude Carrière, Franz Seitz, and Volker Schlondorff, with the collaboration of Günter Grass, from his original novel; photography: Igor Luther; editor: Suzanne Baron; assistant directors: Branko Lustig, Alexander von Richtofen, Wolfgang Kroke, Andrzej Reiter, and Richard Malbequi; lighting: Karl Dillitzer; production design: Nikos Perakis; art director: Bernd Lepel; sets: Paul Weber, Edouard Pezzoli, Marijan, and Marcijus; music: Maurice Jarre; costumes: Dagmar Niefind, Inge Heer, and Vashy Yabara; sound recording: Walter Grundauer, Walter Kellerhaus, and Peter Beil.

Cast: David Bennent (Oskar Matzerath); Mario Adorf (Alfred Matzerath); Angela Winkler (Agnes Matzerath); Daniel Olbrychski (Jan Bronski); Katharina Thalbach (Maria Matzerath); Heinz Bennent (Greff); Andrea Ferreol (Lina Greff); Fritz Hakl (Bebra); Mariella Oliveri (Roswitha Raguna); Tina Engel (Anna Koljaiczek); Berta Drews (Anna Koljaiczek, as an old woman); Roland Teubner (Joseph Koljaiczek); Tadeusz Kunikowski (Uncle Vinzenz); Ernst Jacobi (Gauletier Lobsack); Werner Rehm (Scheffler); Ilse Page (Gretchen Scheffler); Kate Jaenicke (Mother Truczinski); Helmuth Brasch (Old Heilandt); Wigand Witting (Herbert Truczinski); Marek Walczewski (Schugger-Leo); Charles Aznavour (Sigismund Markus).

Awards: Palme D'Or, Cannes Film Festival, 1979; Oscar for Best Foreign Language Film, 1980.

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