The Wedding Hotel
The Wedding Hotel (German: Das Hochzeitshotel) is a 1944 German comedy film directed by Carl Boese and starring Karin Hardt, René Deltgen and Walter Janssen. Due to Allied bombing raids on German cities like Berlin, much of the film was shot around Kitzbühel in Tyrol. It was one of a number of light-hearted German films made in the final year of the Third Reich.
|The Wedding Hotel|
|Directed by||Carl Boese|
|Produced by||Erich Holder|
|Music by||Willy Mattes|
|Edited by||Willy Zeunert|
|Distributed by||Deutsche Filmvertriebs|
|12 December 1944|
A group of artists and journalists enjoy a series of romantic entanglements in a country hotel. An author, Vera von Eichberg "of whom no photo exists," has mentioned the hotel in her work, increasing its clientele. When another female guest arrives, everyone assumes she is the author, despite her repeated assertions to the contrary.
- Karin Hardt as Brigitte Elling, Verkäuferin
- René Deltgen as Viktor Hoffmann, Pressephotograph
- Walter Janssen as Burgmüller, Schriftsteller
- Ernst Waldow as Alexander, sein Sekretär
- Hermann Pfeiffer as Dr. Wolter, Burgmüllers Verleger
- Hans Hermann Schaufuß as Rupp, Chef eines Pressedienstes
- Georg Vogelsang as Nepomuk Balg, Amtsvorsteher
- Helmuth Helsig as Hacke, Kriminalkommissar
- Edwin Jürgensen as Berendt, Juwelier
- Roma Bahn as Frau Berendt
- Hans Fidesser as Geschäftsführer im "Seehotel"
- Ernst Sattler as Portier im "Seehotel"
- Franz Weber as Knauer, Herausgeber einer Provinzzeitung
- Kreimeier p. 354
- "DAS HOCHZEITSHOTEL (1944)". RAREFILMSANDMORE.COM. Retrieved 2014-04-09.
- Kreimeier, Klaus. The Ufa Story: A History of Germany's Greatest Film Company, 1918–1945. University of California Press, 1999.