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Ernst Marischka (1893–1963)

Ernst Marischka was born on January 2, 1893 in Vienna, Austria-Hungary. He was a writer and director, known for Sissi (1955), Sissi - Die junge Kaiserin (1956) and Sissi - Schicksalsjahre einer Kaiserin (1957). He was married to Lilly Marischka. He died on May 12, 1963 in Chur, Graubünden, Switzerland. See full bio »

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 1961 Season in Salzburg (screenplay)
 1959 Alt Heidelberg (book) / (screenplay)
 1958 Das Dreimäderlhaus (writer)
 1958 Embezzled Heaven (writer)
 1956 Opernball (adaptation)
 1955 Sissi
 1955 Die Deutschmeister (book "Frühjahrsparade") / (screenplay)
 1954 The Story of Vickie (screenplay)
 1953 Hurra - ein Junge! (book)
 1953 You Are the World for Me (writer)
 1953 Der Feldherrnhügel (writer)
 1951 Schatten über Neapel (screenplay) / (story)
 1951 Amore e sangue (screenplay) / (story)
 1949 Addio Mimí! (screenplay) / (story)
 1945 A Song to Remember (story)
 1944 Schrammeln (screenplay)
 1944 In flagranti
 1943 Abenteuer im Grandhotel (screenplay) / (story)
 1942 Dove andiamo, signora? (screenplay) / (story)
 1942 Sette anni di felicità (screenplay) / (story)
 1942 Sieben Jahre Glück (screenplay) / (story)
 1942 Vienna Blood
 1941 Frau Luna (screen story) / (screenplay)
 1940 Spring Parade (original story)
 1940 Two on a Vacation (story)
 1939 Opernball (adaptation)
 1939 The Dream of Butterfly (writer)
 1939 Marionette (story)
 1938 My Heart Belongs to Thee (screenplay)
 1938 Fröken Julia jubilerar (idea)
 1938 Finale (writer)
 1938 Waltz Melodies (writer)
 1937 Zauber der Boheme (book)
 1936 Konfetti
 1936 Forever Yours (original screenplay: German - uncredited)
 1935 Vergiss mein nicht (scenario)
 1935 Stradivarius (screenplay)
 1935 Stradivari
 1935 Eva, the Factory Girl (adaptation)
 1935 My Heart Is Calling (original story)
 1934 Ihr größter Erfolg (dialogue)
 1934 Abschiedswalzer (writer)
 1934 A Song for You (musical "Ein Lied für Dich")
 1934 Strauss' Great Waltz (based on: the great London Alhambra success by)
 1934 Runaway Queen (play "Die Konigin")
 1933 Rakoczy-Marsch (writer)
 1933 Tout pour l'amour (writer)
 1933 Ein Lied für dich (writer)
 1933 Voyage de noces (writer)
 1932 I Do Not Want to Know Who You Are (story and adaptation - as Ernest Marischka)
 1932 Die verliebte Firma (story)
 1927 Der Orlow (operetta)
 1918 Wo die Lerche singt (writer)
 1918 Um ein Weib (writer)
 1918 Fred Roll (writer)
 1915 Zwei Freunde (Short)
 1913 Cocl als Hausherr (Short) (writer)
 1913 Der Millionenonkel (writer)
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The writer and director Ernst Marischka came via his brother Hubert Marischka and the film pioneer Alexander Graf Kolowrat to the film business where he first wrote scripts for movies like "Der Millionenonkel" (1913), Um ein Weib" (1918) and "Der Orlow" (1927). See more »

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