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Trees Are Blooming in Vienna (1958)

Im Prater blüh'n wieder die Bäume (original title)
While visiting Vienna's famed Prater, Archduke Peter Ferdinand meets Lixie, the daughter of a government official. He falls in love with her--creating a complicated situation for Lixie, who... See full summary »

Director:

Hans Wolff

Writers:

Siegfried Geyer (play), Juliane Kay | 1 more credit »
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Cast

Cast overview, first billed only:
Johanna Matz ... Lixie Härtl
Gerhard Riedmann ... Erzherzog Peter Ferdinand
Nina Sandt Nina Sandt ... Mizzi Starek
Theo Lingen ... Herr Schindler
Marte Harell ... Frau Sacher
Albert Rueprecht ... Toni Reitmeier
Susi Nicoletti ... Isabella
Egon von Jordan ... Adjudant Jankowitz
Elisabeth Stiepl Elisabeth Stiepl ... Baronin Ilona
Fred Liewehr Fred Liewehr ... Baron Lazi Köröshazi
Erik Frey Erik Frey ... Kommerzialrat Stangl
Ljuba Welitsch Ljuba Welitsch ... Sängerin
Ernst Waldbrunn Ernst Waldbrunn
Erich Nikowitz Erich Nikowitz
Raoul Retzer Raoul Retzer
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While visiting Vienna's famed Prater, Archduke Peter Ferdinand meets Lixie, the daughter of a government official. He falls in love with her--creating a complicated situation for Lixie, who has declared her love for her handsome young piano teacher, Toni. Toni's hopes for a position at the Court Opera--needed so that he can propose to Lixie--are dashed because he lacks a powerful patron. Lixie joins the Archduke for an evening the "Red Salon" in the Hotel Sacher, where she convinces the Archduke to extend his patronage to her "brother" Toni. This leads to embarrassing entanglements all around, but also to a romantic encounter that touches both of them. The next morning, the entire matter becomes a political scandal: Viennese society cannot let an affair between the Archduke and a commoner go unnoticed. Lixie's friend and neighbor Mizzi, a dancer at the Court Ballet, steps forward to help untangle the matter. Written by flug

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Genres:

Drama | Romance

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Country:

Austria

Language:

German

Release Date:

1 August 1958 (West Germany) See more »

Also Known As:

I Wien mellem blomstrende ranker See more »

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Technical Specs

Sound Mix:

Mono

Color:

Color

Aspect Ratio:

1.33 : 1
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