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Der Berg ruft! (1938)

The Italian mountaineer Carel wants to be the first man to stand on the top of the Matterhorn. Since the climb is very difficult, he agrees to try it together with the British mountaineer ... See full summary »

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Herbert Dirmoser ...
Whymper
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Felicitas
Peter Elsholtz ...
Giordano
Lucie Höflich ...
Mutter Carell
Blandine Ebinger ...
Miß Sweaton
Umberto Sacripante ...
Luc Meynet
Reinhold Pasch ...
Hudson
Robert Thiem ...
Hadow
Kunibert Gensichen ...
Douglas
Luis Gerold ...
Bergführer Croz
Friedrich Ulmer ...
Favre
Bruno Hübner ...
Stefano
Armin Schweizer ...
Herr Seiler
Lotte Spira ...
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The Italian mountaineer Carel wants to be the first man to stand on the top of the Matterhorn. Since the climb is very difficult, he agrees to try it together with the British mountaineer Whymper. But due to an intrigue this agreement is dropped and the two man try it on the same day with two different teams and then disaster strikes. Written by Rene' Weiskircher <weiski@mpi-sb.mpg.de>

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6 January 1938 (Germany)  »

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1.37 : 1
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The movie was shot back-to-back with The Challenge (1938) with Luis Trenker as the only actor appearing in both versions. So it was a British-German co-production just one year before the war. See more »

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Not a typical movie for its time!
15 April 2000 | by (Vienna, Austria) – See all my reviews

Seen the movie in full-length on TV some hours ago. At first I didn't expect anything special, but in the end I was fascinated by the quality and the emotion that this movie is able to transport. For a movie from 1937/38, the music and direction is outstanding. Extreme camera perspectives, dramatic scenes in high mountain area, combined with an even more dramatic score, are the highlights. The performance given by Luis Trenker (who also directed and wrote screenplay) was simply amazing.


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