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Grandstand for General Staff (1932 film)

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Grandstand for General Staff
Grandstand for General Staff (1932 film).jpg
GermanDer Feldherrnhügel
Directed byEugen Thiele
Written by
  • Roda-Roda (play)
  • Carl Rößler (play)
  • Jenõ Szatmári
Starring
CinematographyKároly Vass
Music byOtto Stransky
Production
company
Münchner Lichtspielkunst
Distributed byBavaria Film
Release date
  • 2 April 1932 (1932-04-02)
Running time
84 minutes
CountryGermany
LanguageGerman

Grandstand for General Staff (German: Der Feldherrnhügel) is a 1932 German comedy film directed by Eugen Thiele and starring Iván Petrovich, Elga Brink, and Betty Bird.[1]

It was shot at the Bavaria Studios in Munich. The film's sets were designed by the art director Ludwig Reiber.

Cast

  • Iván Petrovich as Rittmeister von Jennewein
  • Elga Brink as Frau von Landiesen
  • Betty Bird as Lilli Kopsch, Braut von Jennewein
  • Fritz Spira as Oberst Leukfeld
  • Hansi Arnstaedt as Frau Oberst Leukfeld
  • Ida Perry as Gräfin Kopsch, Lillis Mutter
  • Fritz Steiner as Orenstein, Bursche bei Jennewein
  • Ernst Dumcke as Hoheit
  • Alexander Roda Roda as Korpskommandant
  • Julius Brandt as Exzellenz von Hechendorf
  • Hermann Blaß as Regimentsarzt
  • Julius Eckhoff as Kunitschki
  • Louis Ralph as Koruga, Wachtmeister
  • Ernst Morgan as Bezirkshauptmann
  • Albert von Kersten as Adjutant Riedl
  • Christian Bummerstaedt as v. Lützelburg, preußischer Offizier
  • Walter Pittschau as Koppel, Bursche bei v. Lützelburg
  • Max Hermann as Gerichtsvollzieher Petak
  • Max Weydner as Mittermeyer, ein Wucherer
  • Dominik Löscher as Onkel Theobald
  • Edith d'Amara as Zofe der Frau Landiesen
  • Fritz Schlenk as Rittmeister v. Hartenstein
  • Karl Kyser as Major Türk
  • Alfred von Schluga as Proviantoffizier

See also

References

  1. ^ Krautz, p. 493.

Bibliography

  • Krautz, Alfred (1984). International Directory of Cinematographers, Set- and Costume Designers in Film. Vol. Vol. 4. Munich: Saur. ISBN 978-3-598-21434-9. {{cite book}}: |volume= has extra text (help)

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