Starring Theodore Loos as

Josaphat

in Metropolis

Metropolis Metropolis is the classic silent-movie industrial dystopia from 1927. It portrays a futuristic city comprising a two-tier society of haves and have-nots who are kept unaware of each other's existence.
Freder Gustav Frohlich as Freder in Metropolis: "I wanted to look into the faces of the people whose little children are my brothers, my sisters... Your magnificent city, Father - and you the brain of this city - and all of us in the city's light... And where are the people, father, whose hands built your city ---?" Maria Brigitte Helm as Maria in Metropolis: "HEAD and HANDS need a mediator! The mediator between HEAD and HANDS must be the HEART!!" Joh Fredersen Alfred Abel as Joh Fredersen in Metropolis: "Beginning today, I wish to be kept informed of every step taken by my son."
Movie
Metropolis
Year
1927
Character
Josaphat
Actor
Theodore Loos

Josaphat is Joh Fredersen’s right-hand man. He loses his job, which is equivalent to a sentence into slavery, but Freder takes pity on him.

Metropolis – Josaphat Quotes

Josaphat describes to Freder what has been happening whilst Freder was in his fever:

Josaphat: I put on this disguise to escape from the Thin Man. But for ten days, your father’s spy has been making even the workers’ city risky…


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