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Love, Summer and Music

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Love, Summer and Music
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Directed byHubert Marischka
Produced byEduard Hoesch
Written byFranz Marischka
Hubert Marischka
StarringJoe Stöckel
[Fritz Heller]]
Rudolf Wasserlof
Music byPeter Igelhoff
CinematographyHerbert Körner
Edited byHermine Diethelm
Donau-Film Wien
Melodie Film
Distributed byNeue Filmverleih
Release date
  • 16 November 1956 (1956-11-16)
Running time
96 minutes
West Germany

Love, Summer and Music (German: Liebe, Sommer und Musik) is a 1956 Austrian-German musical comedy film directed by Hubert Marischka and starring Joe Stöckel, Fritz Heller and Rudolf Wasserlof.[1]

The film's sets were designed by the art director Willy Schatz. It was shot in Agfacolor.


  • Joe Stöckel as Ferdinand Lobmeier, Gastwirt
  • Fritz Heller as Simon Lobmeier, Bürgermeister
  • Rudolf Wasserlof as Toni Rinnertaler, Schüler der Forstakademie
  • Dorit Kreysler as Resi Rinnertaler, Tonis Schwester
  • Jutta Günther as Bettina Bertoni, Jazzsängerin
  • Isa Günther as Netti, ihre Zwillingsschwester
  • Heinz Conrads as Hugo Hasenbichl, Jazzmusiker
  • Joseph Egger as Alois Rinnerthaler, der großvater
  • Karl Friedrich as Sänger
  • Theodor Grieg
  • Rudi Hofstätter as Sänger
  • Wolfgang Jansen as Emil Buschke
  • Anton Karas as Zitherspieler
  • Lonny Kellner as Sängerin
  • Paul Kuhn as Sänger
  • Hugo Lindinger
  • Lotte Martens as Vroni, Kellnerin
  • Claus Schmidt as Michl, Bauernbub
  • Mimi Schwarz


  1. ^ Elsaesser & Wedel p.171


  • Thomas Elsaesser & Michael Wedel. The BFI companion to German cinema. British Film Institute, 1999.

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