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Palace Scandal (1948)
"Das kleine Hofkonzert" (original title)

 -  Comedy  -  4 June 1949 (USA)
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Cast

Credited cast:
Elfie Mayerhofer ...
Hans Nielsen ...
Leutnant Walter von Arneck
Erich Ponto ...
Serenissimus
Hans Leibelt ...
Hofmarschall von Arneck
Harald Paulsen ...
Kommissionsrat Zunder
Paul Henckels ...
Emil Knirps, Poet
Josef Eichheim ...
Möhrchen
Otto Stoeckel
Hans Hermann Schaufuß ...
Hofkapellmeister
Victor Janson
Albert Florath ...
Oberst Flumms
Walter Klam
Erwin Biegel ...
Pfarrer
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Valy Arnheim
Walter Bechmann
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Romance in 'Biedermeier'-style
30 October 1999 | by (Kanazawa,Japan) – See all my reviews

This story, based on a play by director Verhoven, was shot in the final days of WW2. An opera singer comes to a little residence town to search for her father. She falls in love with a dashing officer, who helps her with her search against all the odds and predjudice in town and at the Dukes court.

The father is found in the end and the young couple lives happy ever after. This lavish production (in Agfacolour!) was shot in 1945 and completed by the East German DEFA five years later. Most of the costumes and sets are based on paintings by Carl Spitzweg. The location shots took place in the picturesque town of Rothenburg-ob-der-Tauber.

This nice little piece of escapism features some fine performences by Erich Ponto (Duke of the residence), Elfi Mayerhofer (opera singer) and Paul Henckels as the poor poet.


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