Kurfürstendamm is a 1920 German silent drama film directed by Richard Oswald and starring Conrad Veidt, Asta Nielsen, and Erna Morena. It is set on the Kurfürstendamm in central Berlin. It is now considered a lost film.


Satan (Veidt) notices that a lot of souls entering Hell from Berlin have been coming in from the city's Kurfurstendamm district. He goes there and rents an apartment, disguised as a businessman. A doctor named Li (Henry Sze) takes him on a guided tour of the neighborhood's dens of sin. After he is beaten and robbed on the street, the Devil flees back to Hell where he feels much safer.

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    contentLocation Berlin
    director Richard Oswald
    genre drama
    keywords devil hell satan
    musicBy Hans May
    producer Richard Oswald
    productionCompany Richard-Oswald-Produktion