Verklungenes Wien

Directed by: Ernst Marischka, , Austria, 1951

  • Genre: Musikfilm,
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Cast and Credits

Production Erma-Film
Producer Friedrich Erban
Director Ernst Marischka
Scenario Ernst Marischka
Director of Photography Sepp Ketterer
Hans Schneeberger
Composer Ralph Benatzky
Bruno Uher
Editor Josefine Ramerstorfer
Art Director Fritz Jüptner-Jonstorff
Cast Wolf Albach-Retty [Lieutenant]
Josef Egger
Karl Ehmann
Ferdinand Emminger
Karl Günther
Fritz Heller [Moritz Loewenfeld]
Paul Hörbiger [Jungwirt]
Fritz Imhoff
Josef Menschik
Hans Olden [Johann Wimmetal]
Ivan Petrovich
Alois Podhajsky
Auguste Pünkösdy [Fuerstin Metternich]
Gerhard Riedmann
Annie Rosar [Kathi Hackhofer]
Marianne Schönauer [Christl]
Helli Servi [Pepi Hackhofer]
Traute Servi [Mizzi Hackhofer]
Traute Servi [Max]
Traute Servi [Hansi Gerstner]

Technical specifications
Technical Details: Black and White,Length: 96 minutes
Sound System: not indicated

General Information

Verklungenes Wien is a motion picture produced in the year 1951 as a Austria production. The Film was directed by Ernst Marischka, with , Josef Egger, Karl Ehmann, Ferdinand Emminger, Karl Günther, in the leading parts. We have currently no synopsis of this picture on file; There are no reviews of Verklungenes Wien available.

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