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Imperial and Royal Field Marshal (1956 film)

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Imperial and Royal Field Marshal
Imperial and Royal Field Marshal (1956 film).jpg
Directed byE. W. Emo
Written by
CinematographyWalter Tuch
Music byHans Lang
Release date
  • 21 December 1956 (1956-12-21)
Running time
90 minutes

Imperial and Royal Field Marshal (German: K. und k. Feldmarschall) is a 1956 Austrian historical comedy film directed by E. W. Emo and starring Rudolf Vogel, Gretl Schörg, and Mady Rahl.[1]

It was shot at the Schönbrunn Studios in Vienna. The film's sets were designed by the art director Wolf Witzemann. It was shot in Agfacolor.

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  • Rudolf Vogel as Hauptmann a.D. Ferdinand Kraus
  • Gretl Schörg as Mizzi Elster, Soubrette
  • Mady Rahl as Emma, seine Frau
  • Hans von Borsody as Leutnant Rudi Müller
  • Wolf Albach-Retty as Baron Linsky
  • Frances Martin as Cilli, Stieftochter
  • Hans Unterkircher as Oberstleutnant Kramer
  • Cissy Kraner [de; fr] as Kathi, Köchin bei Kramer
  • Boy Gobert as Manfred von Pisewitz
  • Walter Barry as Oberleutnant Hofer
  • Gandolf Buschbeck [de] as Oberleutnant von Schneelein
  • Martin Costa [de] as Major Nogrady
  • Peter Gerhard [de] as Michael, Diener bei Baron Linsky
  • Hugo Gottschlich as Offizier
  • Johannes Hoflehner as Ein Einjähriger
  • Melanie Horeschowsky as Frau Neumeier,Haushälterin bei Kraus
  • Friedrich Jores as Hauptmann Kessler
  • Josef Menschik [de] as Oberleutnant von Bardoszy
  • Fritz Muliar as Janos, Offizierbursche
  • Otto Ritter as Oberleutnant Blatzer
  • Heinz Röttinger as Oberleutnant Nagel
  • Helmut Sigmund as Ein zarter Einjähriger
  • Oskar Wegrostek [de] as Offizier


  1. ^ Von Dassanowsky, p. 168.


  • Von Dassanowsky, Robert (2005). Austrian Cinema: A History. Jefferson, NC: McFarland. ISBN 978-1-4766-2147-0.

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