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Vienna Blood (1942)

Wiener Blut (original title)

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(libretto), (libretto) | 4 more credits »
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1 win & 1 nomination. See more awards »

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Graf Georg Wolkersheim
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Gräfin Melanie Wolkersheim
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Knöpfel - Melanie's chamberlain
Theo Lingen ...
Jean (Georg's chamberlain)
Dorit Kreysler ...
Liesl Stadler (dancer)
Fred Liewehr ...
Crown-Prince Ludwig von Bayern
Hedwig Bleibtreu ...
Fürstin Auersbach - aunt
Klaramaria Skala ...
Ulli (a maid) (as Claramaria Skala)
Paul Henckels ...
Fürst Ypsheim
Ernst Fritz Fürbringer ...
Egon von Jordan ...
Daffinger
Fritz Imhoff ...
Urwiener
Maria Reining ...
Kammersängerin (singing voice)
Lea Piltti ...
Singer (singing voice)
Wilma Tatzel ...
Anni (a maid)
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Comedy | Music

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2 April 1942 (Germany)  »

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(Klangfilm)

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1.37 : 1
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Featured in Der ewige Dienstmann - Hans Moser im Porträt (2010) See more »

Soundtracks

Wiener Blut, Walzer und Polka
Written by Johann Strauss, Willy Schmidt-Gentner and Ernst Marischka
Performed by Willi Forst
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Charming Little Comedy!

Willi Forst, the master of the Vienna operetta movie genre, created another little gem with this movie. The story is set in the old Vienna of the 1890's, and Hans Moser and Theo Lingen are excellent as the two rival butlers. The strong supporting cast, including Willy Fritsch, Maria Holst and - last but not least - Fritz Imhoff also deliver top notch performances. If you like this kind of movies, and also if you are a fan of Hans Moser and Willy Forst, then I also recommend the movie "Wiener Madeln" (1945).


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