Metropolis (page 1 of 6)

The movie "Metropolis", directed by Fritz Lang, the novel written by Thea von Harbou. Seen here, a general view of Metropolis. Initial USA theatrical wide release March 13, 1927. Screen capture. © 1927 Universum Film AG (UFA). Credit: © 1927 UFA / Courtesy Pyxurz.


The movie "Metropolis", directed by Fritz Lang, the novel written by Thea von Harbou. Seen here, the M Machine as it becomes Moloch. Initial USA theatrical wide release March 13, 1927. Screen capture. © 1927 Universum Film AG (UFA). Credit: © 1927 UFA / Courtesy Pyxurz.


The movie "Metropolis", directed by Fritz Lang, the novel written by Thea von Harbou. Seen here, the M Machine. Initial USA theatrical wide release March 13, 1927. Screen capture. © 1927 Universum Film AG (UFA). Credit: © 1927 UFA / Courtesy Pyxurz.


The movie "Metropolis", directed by Fritz Lang, the novel written by Thea von Harbou. Seen here, a machine hall, when Freder searches for Maria. Initial USA theatrical wide release March 13, 1927. Screen capture. © 1927 Universum Film AG (UFA). Credit: © 1927 UFA / Courtesy Pyxurz.


The movie "Metropolis", directed by Fritz Lang, the novel written by Thea von Harbou. Seen here, Brigitte Helm as Maria. Initial USA theatrical wide release March 13, 1927. Screen capture. © 1927 Universum Film AG (UFA). Credit: © 1927 UFA / Courtesy Pyxurz.


The movie "Metropolis", directed by Fritz Lang, the novel written by Thea von Harbou. Seen here, Gustav Fröhlich as Freder, Joh Fredersen's son, with women in the Eternal Gardens. Initial USA theatrical wide release March 13, 1927. Screen capture. © 1927 Universum Film AG (UFA). Credit: © 1927 UFA / Courtesy Pyxurz.


The movie "Metropolis", directed by Fritz Lang, the novel written by Thea von Harbou. Seen here, Brigitte Helm as Maria, with children of the workers, at edge of the Eternal Gardens. Initial USA theatrical wide release March 13, 1927. Screen capture. © 1927 Universum Film AG (UFA). Credit: © 1927 UFA / Courtesy Pyxurz.


The movie "Metropolis", directed by Fritz Lang, the novel written by Thea von Harbou. Seen here, Gustav Fröhlich as Freder, Joh Fredersen's son, with a woman in the Eternal Gardens. Initial USA theatrical wide release March 13, 1927. Screen capture. © 1927 Universum Film AG (UFA). Credit: © 1927 UFA / Courtesy Pyxurz.


The movie "Metropolis", directed by Fritz Lang, the novel written by Thea von Harbou. Seen here, the underground Worker's City. Initial USA theatrical wide release March 13, 1927. Screen capture. © 1927 Universum Film AG (UFA). Credit: © 1927 UFA / Courtesy Pyxurz.


The movie "Metropolis", directed by Fritz Lang, the novel written by Thea von Harbou. Seen here, the whistles for shift change. Initial USA theatrical wide release March 13, 1927. Screen capture. © 1927 Universum Film AG (UFA). Credit: © 1927 UFA / Courtesy Pyxurz.