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Irene in Trouble

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Irene in Trouble
Directed byE. W. Emo
Written by
Produced byHeinz Nitsche
Edited byHermine Diethelm [de; fr]
Music byBojan Adamic
  • Helios-Filmproduktion
  • Triglav Film
Distributed bySascha Film
Release date
  • 14 August 1953 (1953-08-14)
Running time
92 minutes
  • Austria
  • Yugoslavia

Irene in Trouble (German: Wirbel um Irene) is a 1953 Austrian-Yugoslav romantic comedy film directed by E. W. Emo and starring Bruni Löbel, Friedl Czepa, and Walter Giller.[1]

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  • Bruni Löbel as Reni Romana (Irene)
  • Friedl Czepa as Hedwig Romana
  • Walter Giller as Dr. Konrad Berko
  • Hans Olden as Peter Cirmann
  • Susi Nicoletti as Vera, seine Frau
  • Lola Urban-Kneidinger [de] as Olga Rado
  • Helli Servi [de] as Hely Cirmann
  • Rudolf Krismanek as Paul Marek
  • Masa Slavec as Frl. Reis
  • Ernst Waldbrunn [de; eo; es] as Julius
  • Harry Hardt as Dr. Albert Klugwirt
  • Erle Ganbac as Personalchef
  • Alenka Svetel [sr] as 2. Direktionssekretärin
  • Edith Meinel as Portiersfrau bei Dr. Berko
  • Maks Furijan [sh; sl; sr] as Oberbuchhalter
  • Mimi Stelzer [de] as Dienstmädchen
  • Drago Zupan [sh; sl; sr] as Portier


  1. ^ Fritsche, p. 249.


  • Fritsche, Maria (2013). Homemade Men in Postwar Austrian Cinema: Nationhood, Genre and Masculinity. New York: Berghahn Books. ISBN 978-0-85745-946-6.

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