Tonelli (film)

Tonelli is a 1943 German drama film directed by Victor Tourjansky and starring Ferdinand Marian, Winnie Markus and Mady Rahl.[1]

Tonelli
Directed byVictor Tourjansky
Produced byGeorg Witt
Written by
Starring
Music byLothar Brühne
CinematographyFranz Koch
Edited byWerner Jacobs
Production
company
Distributed byDeutsche Filmvertriebs
Release date
12 July 1943
Running time
95 minutes
CountryGermany
LanguageGerman

The film's sets were designed by the art director Ludwig Reiber. It was shot at the Bavaria Studios in Munich and at the Deutsches Theater in the city.

Cast

  • Ferdinand Marian as Tonio Tonelli aka Joro, Artist
  • Winnie Markus as Nelly, 'Königin der Luft' Joros Partnerin
  • Mady Rahl as Maja, Drahtseilartistin, Frau von Tonio
  • Albert Hehn as Tino, Drahtseilartist
  • Nicolas Koline as Janko, Musik-Clown
  • Josef Sieber as Tom, 'Cowboy' beim Wanderzirkus 'Cortrelli'
  • Leo Peukert as Zirkusdirektor Cortelli
  • Ernst Karchow as Der Staatsanwalt
  • Wastl Witt as Agent Bauer
  • Albert Lippert as Kommissar
  • Lutz Götz as Der Theaterdirektor
  • José Held as Romero, Artist, Freund Tonellis
  • Anni Trautner as Die Wirtin
  • Eva Wagner as Marietta, Tonellis Töchterchen
  • Helga Warnecke as Adala, die Artistin mit der Hundenummer
  • Rudolf Ederer
  • Peter Strunk as Ein Artist im Deutschen Theater, Freund Tonellis
  • Angelo Ferrari as Francesco, ein italienischer Artist
  • Karl Hanft as Der Paßkontrolleur im Zug
  • Else Kündinger as Frau Dr. Martin, Leiterin des Kinderheims
  • Erik Ode as Der Sekretär des Theateragenten Bauer
  • Joseph Offenbach as Der Theaterinspizient
  • Friedrich Ohse as Ein Angestellter im Deutschen Theater
  • Paul Rehkopf
  • Rudolf Reiff as Der Gerichtsvorsitzende
  • Ernst Stimmel as Ein Kriminalbeamter
  • Michael von Newlinsky as Der Ober im Cafe
  • Paul Wagner as Der Begleiter des Staatsanwalts
  • Arthur Wiesner as Der beisitzende Richter, der Majas Brief vorliest

References

  1. Bock& Bergfelder p. 346

Bibliography

  • Hans-Michael Bock and Tim Bergfelder. The Concise Cinegraph: An Encyclopedia of German Cinema. Berghahn Books, 2009.
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