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Land of Love
Land of Love.jpg
Directed byReinhold Schünzel
Written by
Produced byGeorg Witt
Starring
CinematographyWerner Bohne
Edited byArnfried Heyne
Music byAlois Melichar
Production
company
Georg Witt-Film
Distributed byTobis Film
Release date
  • 10 June 1937 (1937-06-10)
Running time
91 minutes
CountryGermany
LanguageGerman

Land of Love (German: Land der Liebe) is a 1937 German romance film directed by Reinhold Schünzel and starring Albert Matterstock, Gusti Huber and Valerie von Martens.[1] Although Schünzel was Jewish he had been allowed to continue directing films in Germany after the Nazi takeover. However, this film faced objections from the censors and from Joseph Goebbels. It was briefly shown and then disappeared from cinemas.[2] It was Schünzel's final German film as director, and he went into exile shortly afterwards.

Cast

  • Albert Matterstock as König and Franz Schniepex
  • Gusti Huber as Prinzessin Julia
  • Valerie von Martens as Fürstin Ilonka
  • Wilhelm Bendow as Ministerpräsident
  • Oskar Sima as Polizeipräfekt
  • Erik Ode as Erster Beamter
  • Werner Stock as Zweiter Beamter
  • Erich Ziegel as Hofmarschall
  • Erich Fiedler as Leutnant Inpetto
  • Olga Limburg as Madame Revelli - Direktrice
  • Hadrian Maria Netto as Major Roscoe - Adjutant des Königs
  • William Huch as Zeremonienmeister
  • Erich Walter as Diener Kaspar
  • Maria Seidler as Oberin des Klosters
  • Heinz Berghaus as Der Verkehrsminister
  • Jac Diehl as Ein vollbärtiger Hotelportier
  • Hugo Drahower as Minister des Königs
  • Paul Ludwig Frey as Der Korporal der Leibgarde
  • Guido Goroll as Der Außenminister
  • Helga Karwa as Zweite Brautjungfer
  • Carl Martin Kemper as Minister des Königs
  • Gerd Klinkhardt as Erster Sergeant
  • Fred Köster as Der Diener des Ministerpräsidenten
  • Hilde Maris as Erste Brautjungfer
  • Paul Rehkopf as Der Innenminister
  • Leo Reiter as Minister des Königs
  • Walter Schenk as Minister des Königs
  • Gert Scott-Iversen as Eine junge Nonne
  • Hans Sobierayski as Minister des Königs
  • Hans Stiebner as Der Zahlober
  • Hilda Thau as Eine Zofe
  • Walter Vollmann as Der Buchhändler
  • Achim von Biel as Der Adjutant des Ministerpräsidenten
  • Bruno Ziener as Ein Lakai
  • Rudolf Vones
  • Grete Sellin
  • Reinhold Gronert
  • Charly Huber
  • Edith Dathe

References

  1. ^ Hake p. 25
  2. ^ Prawer p. 190

Bibliography

  • Hake, Sabine (2001). Popular Cinema of the Third Reich. University of Texas Press. ISBN 978-0-292-73458-6.
  • Prawer, Siegbert Salomon (2005). Between Two Worlds: The Jewish Presence in German and Austrian Film, 1910–1933. Berghahn Books. ISBN 978-1-84545-074-8.

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