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Like Once Lili Marleen

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Like Once Lili Marleen
Like Once Lili Marleen.jpg
Directed byPaul Verhoeven
Written byWerner Hill
Ilse Lotz-Dupont
Kiope Raymond
Paul Verhoeven
Produced byBernhard F. Schmidt
StarringAdrian Hoven
Marianne Hold
Claus Holm
CinematographyKarl Schröder
Edited byIlse Voigt
Music byNorbert Schultze
Delos Film
Distributed byConstantin Film
Release date
21 September 1956
Running time
90 minutes
CountryWest Germany

Like Once Lili Marleen (German: ...wie einst Lili Marleen) is a 1956 West German romantic drama film directed by Paul Verhoeven and starring Adrian Hoven, Marianne Hold and Claus Holm.[1] The title refers to the popular wartime song "Lili Marleen" popularised by Lale Anderson, who performs it at a concert at the end of the film.

It was shot at the Spandau Studios in West Berlin. The film's sets were designed by the art directors Albrecht Hennings and Karl Weber.


Violinmaker Franz Brugger is in love with Christa. When he is conscripted during the Second World War she promises to wait for him. He fights on the Eastern Front for four years and then is held as a prisoner of war by the Soviets for a further ten. All along he is kept going by the song "Lili Marlene" and the thought of Christa. When at last he is released he returns home to Berlin and finds the world significantly changed from that which he remembers. Worse, Christa is engaged to be married to another man. He sets out to win her back.



  1. ^ Lehrke p.128


  • Lehrke, Gisela. Wie einst Lili Marleen: das Leben der Lale Andersen. Henschel, 2002.

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