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Emanuel Schikaneder (Character)
from Amadeus (1984)

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Alternate Names:
Direktor Schikaneder / Emmanuel Schikaneder


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  1. Der Sommer der Gaukler (2011) Played by Max von Thun

  2. "The Genius of Mozart" (2004) TV series Played by Andrew Shore (as Emmanuel Schikaneder)
  3. "Komponisten auf der Spur"
        - Wolfgang Amadeus Mozart (2002) TV episode, Played by Mats Reinhardt

  4. Vergeßt Mozart (1985) Played by Uwe Ochsenknecht
  5. Amadeus (1984) Played by Simon Callow
    ... aka "Amadeus: The Director's Cut" - USA (director's cut)
    ... aka "Peter Shaffer's Amadeus: Director's Cut" - USA (director's cut)

  6. The Life and Loves of Mozart (1955) Played by Erich Kunz
    ... aka "Mozart" - Austria (original title)
    ... aka "The Love Story of Mozart" - Hong Kong (English title) (première title)

  7. Mozart (1936) Played by Norman Walker
    ... aka "Whom the Gods Love" - UK (original title)

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Fun Stuff

From Amadeus (1984)
[Mozart loses at musical chairs]
Emanuel Schikaneder: Herr Mozart, why don't you name your son's penalty?
Wolfgang Amadeus Mozart: Yes, Papa. Name it. Name it, I'll do anything you say. Anything.
Leopold Mozart: I want you to come back to Salzburg with me, my son.
Wolfgang Amadeus Mozart: Papa, the rule is you can only give a penalty that can be performed in the room.
Leopold Mozart: I'm tired of this game, I don't want to play anymore.
Wolfgang Amadeus Mozart: But my penalty!
[jumping up and down like an angry child]
Wolfgang Amadeus Mozart: I've got to have a penalty!
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