The House in Montevideo (1951 film)
The House in Montevideo (German: Das Haus in Montevideo) is a 1951 West German comedy film directed by Curt Goetz and Valérie von Martens and starring Goetz, von Martens, Albert Florath and Lia Eibenschütz. It is an adaptation of Goetz's 1945 comic play The House in Montevideo. Goetz and von Martens had frequently played the lead parts on the stage. The play was later adapted into another film of the same title in 1963.
|The House in Montevideo|
|Produced by||Hans Domnick|
|Music by||Franz Grothe|
|8 November 1951|
- Curt Goetz as Professor Traugott Nägler
- Valérie von Martens as Marianne Nägler
- Albert Florath as Pastor Riesling
- Lia Eibenschütz as Madame de la Rocco
- John Mylong as Anwalt
- Ruth Niehaus as Atlanta Nägler
- Eckart Dux as Herbert Kraft
- Rudolf Reiff as Bürgermeister
- Ingeborg Körner as Carmencita
- Lope Rica as Belinda
- Andrea Perkams as Marta
- Günther Vogt as Parsifal Nägler
- J. von Felbert as Lohengrin
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