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The Mozart Story (1948)

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Story of the life and work of famed composer Wolfgang Amadeus Mozart.

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Cast

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Wilton Graff ...
Irene von Meyendorff ...
Luisa Weber Langer
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Mother Weber
Thea Weis ...
Sophie Weber
William Vedder ...
Franz Josef Haydn
Tony Barr ...
Ruffini
Carol Forman ...
Catherine Cavallieri (new scenes)
Rest of cast listed alphabetically:
Rosa Albach-Retty ...
Mother Mozart
Theodor Danegger ...
Deinert
René Deltgen ...
Richard Eybner ...
Baron Gemmingen
Doris Hild
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Strack (the court chamberlain)
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Story of the life and work of famed composer Wolfgang Amadeus Mozart.

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The Exciting Life...Loves...and Music of the World's Greatest Composer TOLD WITH GREAT SPECTACLE...GREAT MUSIC! See more »

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Biography | Drama | Music

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13 November 1948 (USA)  »

Also Known As:

História de Mozart  »

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This was an Austrian film that was begun prior to World War II, but was shelved, unfinished, when the war began. Soon after the war, a German poducer bought the rights to it, hired a German-American director and some American actors and crew, and filmed new scenes to finish the picture, then released it as a new film, when it was actually at least 10 years old. See more »

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Edited from Wen die Götter lieben (1942) See more »

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