My Wife's Teacher

My Wife's Teacher (Spanish:El profesor de mi mujer, El profesor de mi señora or El amor solfeando) is a 1930 comedy film directed by Robert Florey, and starring Imperio Argentina [1]. It was made as the Spanish-language version of the German film Rendezvous. Such multi-language versions were common during the early years of sound. A separate French version as also released as Love Songs. The film's sets were designed by Julius von Borsody.

My Wife's Teacher
Directed byRobert Florey
Produced byPierre Braunberger
Written byCarl Boese
Jacques Bousquet (play)
Henri Falk (play)
Robert Florey
José Luis Salado
StarringImperio Argentina
Music byArmand Bernard
Franz Grothe
Artur Guttmann
Eduard Künneke
Amadeo Vives
CinematographyEduard Hoesch
Otto Kanturek
Production
company
Cinaes
Harmonie-Film
Les Établissements Braunberger-Richebé
Renacimiento Films
Distributed byCinaes
Release date
31 October 1930
Running time
85 minutes
CountryFrance
Germany
Spain
LanguageSpanish

Cast

References

  1. Comas, p. 24

Bibliography

  • Comas, Àngel. Diccionari de llargmetratges. Cossetània Edicions, 2005. ISBN 84-9791-096-6
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