|The Broken Jug|
|Directed by||Gustav Ucicky|
|Music by||Wolfgang Zeller|
|Cinematography||Fritz Arno Wagner|
|Edited by||Arnfried Heyne|
|Distributed by||Tobis Film|
The Broken Jug (German: Der zerbrochene Krug) is a 1937 German historical comedy film directed by Gustav Ucicky and starring Emil Jannings, Friedrich Kayßler and Max Gülstorff. It is an adaptation of the play The Broken Jug by Heinrich von Kleist. The film was popular with Adolf Hitler.
A village judge is trying a case to determine who broke the jug. Long before the evidence becomes conclusive against the suspects, it becomes apparent that the judge himself is the guilty one.
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