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Kronprinz Rudolfs letzte Liebe (1956)

 -  Drama | History  -  1959 (USA)
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Cast overview, first billed only:
Rudolf Prack ...
Christiane Hörbiger ...
Baroneß Mary Vetsera (as Christiane Hörbiger-Wessely)
Winnie Markus ...
Gräfin Larisch
Lil Dagover ...
Erik Frey ...
Attila Hörbiger ...
Bratfisch, der Kutscher
Adrienne Gessner ...
Greta Zimmer ...
Kronprinzessin Stephanie (as Grete Zimmer)
Walter Reyer ...
Erzherzog Johann Salvator (as Walther Reyer)
Karl Ehmann ...
Loschek, Diener
Otto Wögerer ...
Krauß, Polizeipräsident
Josef Kahlenberg ...
Adjutant des Kaisers
C.W. Fernbach ...
Adjutant des Kronprinzen
Eduard Volters ...
Baltazzi
Karl Schwetter ...
Stockau
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1959 (USA)  »

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(Perfectone-Klangfilm)

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The director insisted that Christiane Hörbiger used both her parents' names (Wessely and Hörbiger) to leave the audience no doubt whose offspring she was. See more »

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SCHNULZE
12 April 1999 | by (Amsterdam, The Netherlands) – See all my reviews

This is what in German is called "Schnulze": a tear jerker that is simply too sugar sweet to be swallowed. Though it is made well enough, the cinematography of Günther Anders is fine, and it is well cast (it is at least noteworthy for Lil Dagover), the film may be hazardous for your brain and at least for your knowledge of history.


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