Catherine Bray observes, "Pre-dating even early genre landmarks Nosferatu (1922) and Metropolis (1926) by some distance, Robert Wiene's silent film is both influential and one of a kind." (Bray unspecified date) Bray notifies Wiene's success within the silent film era and the effects it has had on other classic expressionist films.
List of illustrations
Figure 1. Wiene, Robert (1920) The Cabinet Of Dr. Caligari Movie Poster. At: http://www.moviegoods.com/movie_poster/the_cabinet_of_dr_caligari_1919.htm (Accessed on:26/10/11)
Figure 2. Wiene, Robert (1920) Cesare and Jane. At: http://thequietus.com/articles/01003-caligari (Accessed on:26/10/11)
Figure 3. Wiene, Robert (1920) Cesare and Jane. At: http://thequietus.com/articles/01003-caligari (Accessed on:26/10/11)
Film4 Catherine Bray (unspecified date) Review. At: http://www.film4.com/reviews/1919/the-cabinet-of-dr-caligari (Accessed on:26/10/11)
BBC Nick Hilditch (2001) The Cabinet of Dr Caligari (Das Kabinett des Doktor Caligari) (1920). At: http://www.bbc.co.uk/films/2001/03/01/cabinet_of_dr_caligari_1920_review.shtml (Accessed on:26/10/11)
Roger Ebert (2009) The Cabinet of Dr Caligari (1920). At: http://rogerebert.suntimes.com/apps/pbcs.dll/article?AID=/20090603/REVIEWS08/906039987/1023 (Accessed on:26/10/11)