Immortal Waltz

Immortal Waltz (German: Unsterblicher Walzer) is a 1939 historical film directed by E.W. Emo and starring Paul Hörbiger, Dagny Servaes and Maria Andergast. The film's art direction was by Julius von Borsody. The film portrays the lives the Austrian composer Johann Strauss I and family.[1] The film was made by Wien-Film, a Vienna-based company set up after Austria had been incorporated into Greater Germany following the 1938 Anschluss.

Immortal Waltz
Directed byE.W. Emo
Written by
  • Karl Köstlin
  • Friedrich Schreyvogel
Starring
Music byAlois Melichar
CinematographyHans Schneeberger
Production
company
Distributed byTobis Film
Release date
  • 24 August 1939 (1939-08-24)
Running time
96 minutes
CountryGermany
LanguageGerman

Cast

  • Paul Hörbiger as Johann Strauß Vater
  • Dagny Servaes as Anna Strauß Mutter
  • Maria Andergast as Lina Strauß
  • Friedl Czepa as Regine Endlweber
  • Gretl Theimer as Emilie Trampusch
  • Fred Liewehr as Johann Strauß Sohn
  • Hans Holt as Josef Strauß
  • Fritz Lehmann as Eduard Strauß
  • Karl Skraup as Amon - Konzertmeister
  • Karl Binder as Magistratsbeamter Wotruba
  • Julius Brandt as Fabrikant
  • Siegfried Breuer
  • Brezina as Portier
  • Lia Burg as Köchin bei Strauß
  • Franz Böheim as Saaldiener
  • Rudolf Carl as Piscatschek - Amtsdiener
  • Hugo Drahosal as Lohndiener
  • Karl Forest as Direktor des Etabl. 'Zum schwarzen Pudel'
  • Emilie Giesrau as Eine ältere Dame
  • Pepi Glöckner-Kramer as Aufwartefrau
  • Hannes Grötzer as Edi Strauß-Sohn als Kind
  • Karl Hauser as Diener
  • Willy Hein as Schuldirektor
  • Rudi Horky as Kursekretär
  • Walter Huber as Maurerpolie
  • Fritz Imhoff as Sigrista - Magistratsrat
  • Karl Heinz Kaiser as Josef Strauß-Junge
  • Karl Kalwoda as Johann Strauß-Junge
  • Edi Klitsch as Amtsdiener im Polytechnikum
  • Loidolt as Küchenmädchen
  • Lorenzy as Kassierer
  • Ferdinand Mayerhofer as Hotelportier
  • Ernst Nadherny as Kurdirektor
  • Erich Nikowitz as Offizial Wagner
  • Carmen Perwolf as Köchin
  • Ernst Reitter as Professor Kinzelberger
  • Wilhelm Schich as Haslinger
  • Maria Schnorrpfeil as Stubenmädchen
  • Mimi Stelzer as Köchin
  • Tomaselli as Soldat
  • Hans Unterkircher as Regierungsrat
  • Kurt von Lessen as Graf Jublinoff
  • Mary Wawra as Mitzi
  • Oskar Wegrostek as Gerichtsvollzieher
  • Wiechert as Bauzeichner

References

  1. Hake p. 152

Bibliography

  • Hake, Sabine (2001). Popular Cinema of the Third Reich. University of Texas Press. ISBN 978-0-292-73458-6.
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