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In the Little House Below Emauzy

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In the Little House Below Emauzy
Directed byOtto Kanturek
Written byOtakar Hanus
Karel Hašler
Otto Rádl
StarringAdina Mandlová
Antonín Novotný
Ferdinand Hart
CinematographyVáclav Vích
Edited byMarie Bourová
Music byEmil Maiwald
Oka Film
Distributed byOka Film
Release date
27 October 1933
Running time
72 minutes

In the Little House Below Emauzy (Czech: V tom domecku pod Emauzy) is a 1933 Czech musical drama film directed by Otto Kanturek and starring Adina Mandlová, Antonín Novotný and Ferdinand Hart. It is based on the 1911 operetta Alt-Wien [de] which used melodies by Joseph Lanner (1801–1843).[1] A separate German-language version The Happiness of Grinzing was also produced. Such multiple-language versions were common during the early years of sound film. It was shot at the Barrandov Studios in Prague with sets were designed by the art director Bohumil Heš [de]. Whereas the operetta and the German version were set in Vienna, this film takes places place close to the Emmaus Monastery in the Czech capital during the nineteenth century.


  • Adina Mandlová as Apolenka Dudková / Komtesa Lubecká
  • Antonín Novotný as Postilion Jan Martin
  • Ferdinand Hart as Lopata
  • Hermína Fordová as Hrabenka Alzbeta Marie Lubecká
  • Helga Nováková as Stázinka Dudková
  • Theodor Pištěk as Hostinský Frantisek Dudek
  • Alexander Trebovský as Hrabe Quido Bertran Lubecký
  • Anna Steimarová as ucitelka hudby Gusta Volmanová
  • Anton Vaverka as Komorník Alois
  • Walter Taub as Písar August Steibitz
  • Jirí Plachý as Ucitel bontonu
  • Rudolf Podlesák as ucitel tance Ernesto Pagini
  • Antonín Schmerzenreich as hrabe Vrbna
  • Josef Bunzl as ucitel dejepisu a matematiky Marvan
  • Miro Bernat as Cellista
  • Věra Ferbasová as Host na vecírku


  1. ^ Goble, p. 274


  • Goble, Alan. The Complete Index to Literary Sources in Film. Walter de Gruyter, 1999.
  • Dassanowsky, Robert von. Austrian Cinema: A History. McFarland, 2005.

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