Gerte Winter, a young Berliner mechanic, marries an English rich nobleman who promises to send for her. Time goes on, and tired of waiting Gerte heads off to England. After some new ... See full summary »

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Credited cast:
Adele Sandrock ...
Lady Mavis
Fritz Odemar ...
Percival Mavis
Georg Alexander ...
Douglas Mavis
Hans Richter ...
Tuck Mavis
Renate Müller ...
Gerte Winter
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Warwick Brent (as Adolf Wohlbrück)
Hilde Hildebrand ...
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Rest of cast listed alphabetically:
Olga Engl
Julius E. Herrmann ...
Sir Robert Buckley
Meta Jäger
Eta Klingenberg
Anton Pointner
Else Reval
Martha von Konssatzki
Ewald Wenck ...
Wirt
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Gerte Winter, a young Berliner mechanic, marries an English rich nobleman who promises to send for her. Time goes on, and tired of waiting Gerte heads off to England. After some new acquaintances she finds herself in front of a big fenced property. Written by BSK

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31 October 1934 (Germany)  »

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Um Casamento Inglês  »

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Ohne dich gibt's kein Vergnügen
(Without you there's no amusement)
Music by Franz Doelle
Lyrics by Karl Amberg (Charles Amberg)
Sung by Renate Müller
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Nice old-fashioned comedy
18 July 2000 | by (Bochum, Germany) – See all my reviews

The German cinema of the Thirties is definitely better than its reputation. As is often the case with tyrannies, movies were produced for distraction and entertainment. "Die englische Heirat" belongs to these escapist movies. Although slightly out-dated today, it possesses a certain charm one can hardly resist. The cast seems to have enjoyed the comedy that mocks at peculiar English behaviour.


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