Invisible Opponent

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Invisible Opponent
Invisible Opponent.jpg
Directed byRudolph Cartier
Written by
Produced bySam Spiegel
CinematographyGeorg Bruckbauer
Eugen Schüfftan
Edited by
Music by
  • Sascha-Verleih
  • Robert Müller Filmproduktion
Distributed byMärkische Film (Germany)
Release date
18 September 1933
Running time
87 minutes
  • Austria
  • Germany

Invisible Opponent (German: Unsichtbare Gegner) is a 1933 German-Austrian drama film directed by Rudolph Cartier and starring Gerda Maurus, Paul Hartmann, and Oskar Homolka. The film's sets were designed by the art director . The plot revolves around an oil swindle in a South American country.[2] The film was made in Vienna. The critics were not generally impressed with the film, the Deutsche Allgemeine Zeitung described it as "unbelievable and unbelievably awful picture".[3]

A separate French-language version The Oil Sharks was also released.[4]



  1. ^ LoBrutto, Vincent (1991). "Rudi Fehr". Selected Takes: Film Editors on Editing. ABC-CLIO. p. 29. ISBN 9780275933951.
  2. ^ Youngkin p.78
  3. ^ Youngkin p.80
  4. ^ Youngkin p.466


  • Youngkin, Stephen. The Lost One: A Life of Peter Lorre. University Press of Kentucky, 2005.

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