Die Fiakermilli - Liebling von Wien

Directed by: Arthur Maria Rabenalt, Austria, 1953

Austria, 1953
Szenenphoto aus Die Fiakermilli - Liebling von Wien, © Schönbrunn-Film GesmbH.

Cast and Credits

Production Schönbrunn-Film GesmbH.
Distribution Schönbrunn-Film GesmbH.
Schönbrunn-Film GesmbH. [(Deutschland)]
Director Arthur Maria Rabenalt
Scenario Arthur Maria Rabenalt
Based on Martin Costa
Director of Photography Elio Carniel
Composer Hans Lang
Editor Hans Lang
Art Director Felix Smetana
Cast Gretl Schörg [Fiakermilli]
Paul Hörbiger [Honigberger, Pianist]
Karl Schönböck [Dr. Robert Zoegel, Theaterkritiker]
Lucie Englisch [Babette, Kammerzofe]
Rudolf Platte [Dramaturg Stanginer]
Fritz Imhoff [Theaterdirektor Fuerst]
Fritz Imhoff [Liesl, Millis Nichte]
Fritz Imhoff [Singer]
Martin Costa [Kampf - Volkssaenger]
Martin Costa
Theodor Grieg [Pospischil - Theaterdiener]
Theodor Grieg [Dirigent Wiener Deutschmeisterkapelle]
Theodor Grieg
Karl Kroll
Sepp Löwinger
Erni Mangold [Antonie mansfeld]
Leo Reiter
Hilde Rom [Kitthoff - Schauspielerin]
Hilde Rom
Hilde Rom
Rolf Wanka [Major Count Eggern]
Rolf Wanka

Technical specifications
Category: Feature Film
Technical Details: Format: 35 mm, 1:1,37 - Ratio: 1:1,37 - Black and White,Length: 90 minutes
Sound System: Mono
First Screening: January 20, 1953 in Österreich

General Information

Die Fiakermilli - Liebling von Wien is a motion picture produced in the year 1953 as a Austria production. The Film was directed by Arthur Maria Rabenalt, with Gretl Schörg, Paul Hörbiger, Karl Schönböck, Lucie Englisch, Rudolf Platte, in the leading parts. We have currently no synopsis of this picture on file; There are no reviews of Die Fiakermilli - Liebling von Wien available.

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