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My Heart Calls You (1934)

Mein Herz ruft nach dir (original title)
Rosé and his opera troupe travel by ship to Monte Carlo. Mario Delmonti, the tenor, finds Carla hidden in his cabin, and helps her returning to Europe. Arriving in Monte Carlo they find the... See full summary »

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Carmine Gallone
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Cast

Cast overview, first billed only:
Jan Kiepura ... Mario Delmonti
Mártha Eggerth ... Carla Schmidt
Paul Kemp ... Director Rosé
Paul Hörbiger ... Director Arvelle
Theo Lingen ... Coq, sein Sekretär
Hilde von Stolz ... Vera Valetti
Trude Hesterberg Trude Hesterberg ... Director of a Modesalon
Hilde Hildebrand ... Margot
Franz Soot Franz Soot ... Der Tenor
Sigrid Eschborn Sigrid Eschborn ... Die Sopranistin
Anton Imkamp Anton Imkamp ... Linsemann
Hans Leibelt
Willi Schur Willi Schur
Kurt Mühlhardt Kurt Mühlhardt ... Wolfram Peters
Gerhard Bienert
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Rosé and his opera troupe travel by ship to Monte Carlo. Mario Delmonti, the tenor, finds Carla hidden in his cabin, and helps her returning to Europe. Arriving in Monte Carlo they find the opera director hard to convince. Confident in Mario's exceptional voice they don't give up, even if they have to perform a parallel Tosca in front of the Opera house. First film Martha Eggerth and husband-to-be Jan Kiepura made together. Written by BSK

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Country:

Germany

Language:

German

Release Date:

23 March 1934 (Germany) See more »

Also Known As:

Dla ciebie spiewam See more »

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Mono (Tobis-Klangfilm)

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1.37 : 1
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Connections

Alternate-language version of Mon coeur t'appelle (1934) See more »

Soundtracks

Mein Herz ruft immer nur nach dir, o Marita!
Music by Robert Stolz
Lyrics by Ernst Marischka
Sung by Jan Kiepura
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Great fun!
4 March 2019 | by richard-camhiSee all my reviews

Three years before the Marx Brothers made "Night at the Opera," this gem came along, with amazing parallels, including the stowaway onboard the ship, the rival opera companies, the tenor who can't get an engagement, and much memorable slapstick. There is also a lot of great singing, mostly by Kiepura in his absolute prime. Martha Eggerth hardly gets a chance to sing in this one, but she's still adorable, and positively glows when Kiepura is there. Marischka has written yet another fun-filled screenplay, and Theo Lingen, Paul Hörbiger, and Paul Kemp know just where the laughs are. There are juicy portions of "Tosca" performed, surprisingly in Italian, and Kiepura also does a splendid "Nessun Dorma," although in German. Wonderful entertainment for those who like comedy mixed with wonderfully performed music.


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