Alt Heidelberg

Directed by: Ernst Marischka, , Germany, 1959

  • Genre: Studenten,
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Cast and Credits

Production CCC-Filmkunst Berlin
CCC-Filmkunst Berlin
Producer Artur Brauner
Kurt Ulrich
Ausführender Produzent Horst Wendlandt
Director Ernst Marischka
Scenario Ernst Marischka
Story Wilhelm Meyer-Förster [Play]
Director of Photography Bruno Mondi
Composer Franz Grothe
Editor Jutta Hering
Costume Design Walter Salemann
Cast Walter Bluhm
Gertie Brugg
Wolfgang Eichberger
Hannelore Elsner
Karin Faber
Gerd Frickhöffer
Gert Fröbe
Heinrich Gretler
Walter Janssen
Ludwig Linkmann
Harry Meyen
Arthur Schilsky
Siegfried Schürenberg
Sabine Sinjen
Sabine Sinjen
Sabine Sinjen
Rudolf Vogel
Tilo von Berlepsch
Tilo von Berlepsch
Tilo von Berlepsch
Tilo von Berlepsch

Technical specifications
Technical Details: Format: 35 mm - Color,Length: 108 minutes, 2936 meters
Sound System: mono

General Information

Alt Heidelberg is a motion picture produced in the year 1959 as a Germany production. The Film was directed by Ernst Marischka, with , Gertie Brugg, Wolfgang Eichberger, Hannelore Elsner, Karin Faber, in the leading parts. We have currently no synopsis of this picture on file; There are no reviews of Alt Heidelberg available.



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