Sunrise: A Song of Two Humans

An Artistic Masterpiece And Also A Joy To Watch

Sunrise: A Song of Two Humans (1927)


A married farmer falls under the spell of a slatternly woman from the city, who tries to convince him to drown his wife.

Director: F.W. Murnau

Release Date: 1927-11-04
Status: Released
Run time: 94 min / 1:34
Revenue: $121
Production Companies : BIM Distribuzione, Fox Film Corporation
Production Country: United States of America



George O'Brien
The Man (Anses)
Janet Gaynor
The Wife (Indre)
Margaret Livingston
The Woman from the City
Bodil Rosing
The Maid
J. Farrell MacDonald
The Photographer
Ralph Sipperly
The Barber
Jane Winton
The Manicure Gir
Arthur Housman
The Obtrusive Gentleman
Eddie Boland
The Obliging Gentleman
Gino Corrado
Manager of Hair Salon
Gibson Gowland
Angry driver
Herman Bing
Streetcar Conductor (uncredited)
Sally Eilers
Woman in Dance Hall (uncredited)
F.W. Murnau
Dancer (uncredited)
Robert Parrish
Boy (uncredited)
Sally Phipps
Ballroom Dancer / Kissing Couple (uncredited)
Harry Semels
Carnival Gallery Man with Pig (uncredited)
Sidney Bracey
Dance Hall Manager (uncredited)
Vondell Darr
Thomas Jefferson
Old Seaman (uncredited)
Bob Kortman
Villager (uncredited)
Barry Norton
Ballroom Dancer / Kissing Couple (uncredited)
Phillips Smalley
Head Waiter (uncredited)
Leo White
Barber (uncredited)
Clarence Wilson
Money Lender (uncredited)


Directing F.W. Murnau Director
Writing Hermann Sudermann Author
Production William Fox Producer
Sound Hugo Riesenfeld Original Music Composer
Camera Charles Rosher Director of Photography
Camera Karl Struss Director of Photography
Editing Harold D. Schuster Editor
Art Alfred Metscher Assistant Art Director
Sound Erno Rapee Music
Crew Frank D. Williams Special Effects
Sound R.H. Bassett Music
Sound Carli Elinor Music
Sound Willy Schmidt-Gentner Music
Costume & Make-Up Charles Dudley Makeup Artist
Directing Herman Bing Assistant Director
Art Gordon Wiles Art Department Manager
Art Edgar G. Ulmer Assistant Art Director
Sound Maurice Baron Orchestrator
Camera Max Munn Autrey Still Photographer
Camera Frank Powolny Still Photographer
Writing Carl Mayer Scenario Writer

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