A seven-part mini-series produced in England about Vienna's Strauss family in the 19th-century. Members of the London Symphony Orchestra provided the music.
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1973  
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Complete series cast summary:
Stuart Wilson ...  Johann Strauss, Jr. 7 episodes, 1972
Anne Stallybrass Anne Stallybrass ...  Anna Strauss 6 episodes, 1972
Barbara Ferris ...  Emilie Trampusch 5 episodes, 1972
Christopher Benjamin ...  Domnayer 5 episodes, 1972
Jeffrey Segal Jeffrey Segal ...  Amon 5 episodes, 1972
Eric Woofe Eric Woofe ...  Johann Strauss 4 episodes, 1972
Tony Anholt ...  Eduard 4 episodes, 1972
Jane Seymour ...  Karoline 4 episodes, 1972
Deborah Linton Deborah Linton ...  Annele 4 episodes, 1972
Carolyn Keston Carolyn Keston ...  Therese 4 episodes, 1972
Max Latimer Max Latimer ...  Reichmann 4 episodes, 1972
Hilary Hardiman Hilary Hardiman ...  Annele 3 episodes, 1972
Margaret Whiting Margaret Whiting ...  Hetti 3 episodes, 1972
Amanda Walker ...  Therese 3 episodes, 1972
David de Keyser David de Keyser ...  Hirsch 3 episodes, 1972
Laurence Carter Laurence Carter ...  Brahms 3 episodes, 1972
Tim Wylton Tim Wylton ...  Liebrock 3 episodes, 1972
Garry Miller Garry Miller ...  Edi 3 episodes, 1972
Louis Selwyn Louis Selwyn ...  Josef Strauss / ... 3 episodes, 1972
Jane Wenham Jane Wenham ...  Mrs. Pruckmayr / ... 3 episodes, 1972
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A seven-part mini-series produced in England about Vienna's Strauss family in the 19th-century. Members of the London Symphony Orchestra provided the music. Written by J.E. McKillop <jmckillo@notes.cc.bellcore.com>

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Drama | Romance

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English

Release Date:

5 May 1973 (USA) See more »

Also Known As:

A Strauss család See more »

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Mono

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Color

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1.33 : 1
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Referenced in All Star Comedy Carnival (1972) See more »

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Superb
1 January 2012 | by TheLittleSongbirdSee all my reviews

Anybody who loves biographical dramas/series, beautiful period detail and classical music will love The Strauss Family. I have very little to add to the two other reviews who have summed up the brilliance of The Strauss Family so well, but I'll try. I fall under all three categories in my first sentence, so naturally I would want to see it. With the beautiful costumes, elegant settings and scenery and crisp photography, the whole series looks gorgeous. The music as you would expect is magnificent, one of the reasons why The Strauss Family is so popular in my house, certainly makes a difference to those yearly New Years Day concerts. The writing never feels jarring, instead it is often dynamic and sophisticated, the story is paced beautifully and superbly told and Strauss and his family all feel compellingly real. Stuart Wilson is every bit as magnificent as the period detail and music, and Anne Stallybras, Barbara Ferris, Jane Seymour, Eric Woofe and Derek Jacobi round off the strong cast. Overall, a superb series. 10/10 Bethany Cox


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