Make Me Happy

Make Me Happy (German: Mach' mich glücklich) is a 1935 German musical comedy film directed by Arthur Robison and starring Julia Serda, Albert Lieven and Richard Romanowsky.[1] It was made by Germany's largest film company UFA. A separate French-language version Les époux célibataires was released, also directed by Robison.

Make Me Happy
Directed byArthur Robison
Produced byMax Pfeiffer
Written by
Starring
Music byTheo Mackeben
CinematographyRobert Baberske
Edited byHerbert B. Fredersdorf
Production
company
Distributed byUFA
Release date
  • 5 July 1935 (1935-07-05)
Running time
96 minutes
CountryGermany
LanguageGerman

The film's sets were designed by the art director Otto Hunte and Willy Schiller.

Cast

  • Julia Serda as Mrs. Patricia Davenport
  • Albert Lieven as William Davenport, ihr Sohn
  • Richard Romanowsky as Rechtsanwalt Murphy, ihr Bruder
  • Harald Paulsen as Henry Davenport, Revueschauspieler
  • Ursula Grabley as Fleurette Legrand, seine Partnerin
  • Else Elster as Cherry, ein Revuegirl
  • Ralph Arthur Roberts as Der Revuedirektor
  • Adele Sandrock as Die Garderobiere
  • Otto Sauter-Sarto as Der Farmer
  • Maria Loja as Seine Frau
  • Traute Bengen as Revuegirl
  • Emil Biron as Schiffssteward
  • Egon Brosig as Barmann
  • Fritz Draeger as Reporter
  • Anita Düwell as Revuegirl
  • Max Harry Ernst as Tänzer in der Schiffsbar
  • Fred Goebel as Schiffssteward
  • Hedi Höpfner as Tanzpartnerin
  • Margot Höpfner as Tanzpartnerin
  • Carl Iban as Maskenbildner
  • Antonie Jaeckel as Gast bei Lady Davenport
  • Alfred Karen as Tänzer in der Schiffsbar
  • Jochen Kuhlmey as Matrose
  • Paul Luka as Filmregisseur
  • Sophie Pagay as Helma
  • Klaus Pohl as Cinematographer
  • Edlef Schauer as Boy auf dem Schiff
  • Wera Schultz as Gast bei Lady Davenport
  • Elisabeth von Ruets as Gast bei Lady Davenport
  • Ewald Wenck as Theaterinspizient
  • Max Wilmsen as Schiffsoffizier

References

  1. Kreimeier p. 234

Bibliography

  • 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.
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