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Daughter of the Regiment (1953 film)

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Daughter of the Regiment
Daughter of the Regiment (1953 film).jpg
German film poster
GermanDie Regimentstochter
Directed byGeorg C. Klaren
Written byMargarete Göbel
Georg C. Klaren
Produced byJ.A. Vesely
StarringAglaja Schmid
Robert Lindner
Hermann Erhardt
CinematographyWilli Sohm
Edited byJosef Juvancic
Music byKarl Pauspertl
Distributed byUniversal-Film
Release date
  • September 1953 (1953-09)
Running time
100 minutes

Daughter of the Regiment (German: Die Regimentstochter) is a 1953 Austrian historical comedy film directed by Georg C. Klaren and starring Aglaja Schmid, Robert Lindner, and Hermann Erhardt.[1] It is based on the storyline of the 1840 opera La fille du regiment by Gaetano Donizetti. The plot had previously been used for a 1929 silent film and a 1933 sound film, and another film version was made during 1953 by Géza von Bolváry.

It was shot using Agfacolor at the Soviet-controlled Rosenhügel Studios in Vienna. The film's sets were designed by Leo Metzenbauer and Hans Zehetner.

A Tyrolean rifle regiment adopt a young baby girl they have rescued and she becomes the "Daughter of the Regiment". In 1811, as a full-grown woman she falls in love with one of the new recruits while the regiment battles French forces during the Napoleonic Wars.



  1. ^ Fritsche, Maria (2013). Homemade Men in Postwar Austrian Cinema: Nationhood, Genre and Masculinity. New York: Berghahn Books. p. 61. ISBN 978-0-85745-946-6. JSTOR j.ctt9qcvz8. OCLC 829645898.

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