If We All Were Angels
If We All Were Angels (German: Wenn wir alle Engel wären) is a 1936 German comedy film directed by Carl Froelich and starring Heinz Rühmann, Leny Marenbach and Elsa Dalands. A respectable member of provincial German society nearly becomes involved in a scandal following a series of misunderstandings. The overall plot was similar to that of The Virtuous Sinner (1931) which Rühmann had also appeared in. Location filming took place around Cologne.
|If We All Were Angels|
|Directed by||Carl Froelich|
|Written by||Heinrich Spoerl (novel and screenplay)|
|Music by||Hanson Milde-Meissner|
|Edited by||Gustav Lohse|
|Distributed by||Europa Film|
It was re-released in 1950 by Herzog Film.
- Heinz Rühmann as Christian Kempenich
- Leny Marenbach as Hedwig - seine Frau
- Elsa Dalands as Selma Kempenich - die Tante
- Lotte Rausch as Maria, the maid
- Harald Paulsen as Enrico Falotti - Gesangslehrer
- Hanns August Herten as Bügermeister
- Charlotte Krause-Walter as Else
- Carl de Vogt as Hotel Porter 'Waldfrieden'
- Will Dohm as Police Inspector
- Paul Mederow as District Judge
- Ernst Waldow as Prosecution lawyer
- Hugo Froelich as Justizrat Genius - Defence lawyer
- Luise Morland as Frau Oberpostdirektor
- Hake p. 95–97
- Hake, Sabine (2001). Popular Cinema of the Third Reich. University of Texas Press. ISBN 978-0-292-73458-6.