Happy Days in Aranjuez
Happy Days in Aranjuez (German: Die schönen Tage von Aranjuez) is a 1933 German comedy film directed by Johannes Meyer and starring Brigitte Helm, Gustaf Gründgens and Wolfgang Liebeneiner. The film focus on a notorious jewel thief operating in high society. The title refers to Aranjuez in Spain.
|Happy Days in Aranjuez|
|Directed by||Johannes Meyer|
|Produced by||Max Pfeiffer|
|Edited by||Herbert B. Fredersdorf|
The film was made by UFA, Germany's largest studio with sets designed by art directors Erich Kettelhut and Max Mellin. It was based on a play of the same name by Hans Székely and Robert A. Stemmle. A separate French-language version Adieu les beaux jours with Brigitte Helm and Jean Gabin was made. In 1936 the film was remade in Hollywood as Desire, a vehicle for Marlene Dietrich.
- Brigitte Helm as Olga
- Gustaf Gründgens as Alexander
- Wolfgang Liebeneiner as Pierre
- Kurt Vespermann as Fred
- Jakob Tiedtke as Juwelier Dergan
- Max Gülstorff as Professor Ronnay
- Ernst Dumcke as Kommissar Léron
- Rudolf Biebrach as Der alte Gaston
- Elfriede Jera as Marietta
- Hans Deppe
- Fritz Greiner
- Harry Hardt
- Paul Henckels
- Leo Peukert
- Kreimeier p. 217
- Kreimeier, Klaus (1999). The Ufa Story: A History of Germany's Greatest Film Company, 1918–1945. University of California Press. ISBN 978-0-520-22069-0.