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Der Liebling von Wien (1930)
"Der Herr auf Bestellung" (original title)

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Credited cast:
Willi Forst ...
Carry Clips, ein Festredner
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Prof. Amanuel Wielander
Trude Lieske ...
Frau Baronin Lindenwörth
Else Elster ...
Lillebil
Elma Bulla ...
Titi
Wilhelm Bendow ...
Dr. Cajetan
Henry Bender ...
Ein Schutzmann
Albert Paulig ...
Herr Hinzemann
Johanna Ewald ...
Frau Hinzemann
Die Vier Admirals
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Franz Roth ...
Gefängniswärter
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19 December 1930 (Germany)  »

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(Tobis-Klangfilm)

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1.20 : 1
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A hilarious comedy
15 May 2004 | by (Vienna, Austria) – See all my reviews

... with many surreal or absurd jokes.

Long before the Marx Brothers, perhaps best compared with some Ernst Lubitsch silents ("Die Austernprinzessin", for example), this movie, along with "Die Drei von der Tankstelle", is a very good example for early musical comedies from Austria and Germany in the early 1930ies.

Even though Willi Forst preferred the (romantic) drama to comedies in his own directing work later on, I have to admit that I personally enjoy his early acting roles more. That man had a face, voice and style that are unique until this very day.

There are many very funny scenes in this movie, the best, to my opinion, being the one, when Willi Forst 'dubs' the shy, stuttering Paul Hörbiger from behind a curtain. Unforgettable!


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