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Zwei Herzen im Dreiviertel-Takt (1930)

Toni Hofer and brothers Vicki and Nicki Mahler are working on a new operetta. Toni's reputation with women equals his fame as composer, so they keep their sister Hedi away from him. Wanting... See full summary »

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Géza von Bolváry
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Cast

Credited cast:
Walter Janssen ... Toni Hofer - ein Operettenkomponist
Oskar Karlweis ... Nicky Mahler - Librettist
Willi Forst ... Vicky Mahler - Librettist
Gretl Theimer ... Hedi
Irene Eisinger ... Anni Lohmeier
S.Z. Sakall ... Der Theaterdirektor (as Szöke Szakall)
Karl Etlinger Karl Etlinger ... Der Kassierer Schlesinger
Paul Morgan ... Der Notar Novotny
Paul Hörbiger ... Ferdinand - ein Kutscher
Tibor Halmay ... Der Komiker (as Tibor v. Halmay)
August Vockau August Vockau ... Weigl - Faktotum bei Hofer
Gert Bloem Gert Bloem ... Franz Schubert
Rest of cast listed alphabetically:
Imre László Imre László ... Kocsmáros
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Storyline

Toni Hofer and brothers Vicki and Nicki Mahler are working on a new operetta. Toni's reputation with women equals his fame as composer, so they keep their sister Hedi away from him. Wanting to know him, she calls at his house in the middle of the night not revealing her identity, helps him write the main waltz theme and disappears, leaving him incapable of remembering his greatest melody. Music by Robert Stolz. Written by BSK

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Country:

Germany

Language:

German

Release Date:

12 October 1930 (USA) See more »

Also Known As:

Two Hearts in Waltz Time See more »

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Technical Specs

Sound Mix:

Mono

Aspect Ratio:

1.20 : 1
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Trivia

Among the first European films to be distributed within the USA with English Explanatory TItles. (Film Daily Year Book, 1932) See more »

Soundtracks

In Deinen Augen liegt das Herz von Wien
(See Vienna in Your Eyes of Blue)
Words by Fritz Rotter
Music by Robert Stolz
English Lyrics by Joe Young
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There should be a video
13 January 1999 | by passerSee all my reviews

I saw this movie freguently when it was first released, both as an opportunity to practise my German and as an opportunity to hear the beautiful music. It should be noted that the banquet scene contains one of the most glaring failures of continuity ever in a movie. I do hope that a negative still exists and that someone will make a video of it


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