Also known as Der fünfte Stand in Germany; Les deshérités de la vie in France; Daigo Kaikyu in Japan; Desheredados in Spain; Slums of Berlin in the USA
B&W : Eight reels / 2444 metres
Directed by Gerhard Lamprecht
Cast: Aud Egede Nissen [Emma], Bernhard Goetzke [Robert Kramer], Mady Christians [Regine Lossen], Arthur Bergen [Gustav], Frigga Braut [waschfrau], Georg John [waschfraus mann], Eduard Rothauser [Rottman], Frida Richard [Frau Heinicke], Paul Bildt [Herr Kramer], Hildegard Imhof [Gerda], Christian Bummerstaedt [Regines bruder], Rudolf Biebrach [Händler], Aribert Wäscher [Klatte], Margarete Kupfer [Verwalterin], Maria Forescu [Frau Flickschneider], Rudolf Zopp (Rudolf Del Zopp), Paul Günther, Robert Garrison, Max Maximilian [Lumpenmatz], Sylvia Torf [Frau des Lumpenmatz], Robert Graff [Flickschneider]
National-Film Aktiengesellschaft production; distributed by National-Film Aktiengesellschaft. / Scenario by Luise Heilborn-Körbitz and Gerhard Lamprecht, from a screen story by Heinrich Zille. Production manager, Ernst Körner. Art direction by Otto Moldenhauer. Makeup by Waldemar Jabs. Cinematography by Karl Hasselmann. / Released 28 August 1925. / Standard 35mm spherical 1.33:1 format. / The film was released in Austria as Der Verrufenen by Eduard Weil & Company in 1926. The film was released in Japan on 10 December 1926. The film was released in the USA by Imported Pictures Corporation on 25 January 1927. The film was released in Finland on 3 December 1928.
Survival status: Print exists.
Current rights holder: Friedrich-Wilhelm-Murnau-Stiftung.
Listing updated: 22 August 2014.
References: Shipman-Cinema p. 89 : Website-IMDb.
Home video: DVD.