The timid, myopic and rather portly composer Franz Schubert falls for the beautiful, blond Countess Maria Esterhazy. Franz nurture unrealistic fantasies about the two, as Maria only admires him for his music.

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Carl Jöken ...
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Maria Esterhazy
Alfred Läutner ...
Graf Esterhazy
Willy Stettner ...
Von Fekete, sein Schwiegersohn in spe (as Willi Stettner)
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Therese, Wirtin der 'Höldrichsmühle'
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Ferdi Klebinder (as Siegfried Arno)
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Sepp, Küfer der 'Höldrichsmühle'
Gustl Gstettenbaur ...
Schani, Piccolo in der 'Höldrichsmühle' (as Gustl Stark-Gstettenbaur)
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The timid, myopic and rather portly composer Franz Schubert falls for the beautiful, blond Countess Maria Esterhazy. Franz nurture unrealistic fantasies about the two, as Maria only admires him for his music. When Schubert is fired from his position as a teacher in the parish school, the village innkeeper Therese, who secretly has the hots for Schubert, gets him an engagement at a concert in Palace Esterhazy. At the high-point of the concert, Maria sings a love song, which Schubert wrote with her in mind. Afterwards, Schubert dares to propose to her, which completely surprises her and which she turns down gently. Written by Ulf Kjell Gür

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Drama | Romance

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10 November 1932 (Sweden)  »

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Schubert's Dream of Spring  »

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(Tobis-Klangfilm)

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1.20 : 1
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Das Glück ging vorüber.
Music by Franz Schubert
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