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Marriage Impostor

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Marriage Impostor
Directed byHans H. König
Written byWerner Eplinius
Janne Furch
Produced byHeinz Nitsche
StarringHilde Krahl
Viktor Staal
Viktor de Kowa
CinematographyKurt Hasse
Edited byHenny Brünsch
Music byTheo Nordhaus
Distributed bySascha Filmverleih
Columbia Film-Verleih (W. Germany)
Release date
  • 29 October 1954 (1954-10-29)
Running time
85 minutes

Marriage Impostor or Marriage Swindler (German: Hochstaplerin der Liebe) is a 1954 Austrian crime drama film directed by Hans H. König and starring Hilde Krahl, Viktor Staal and Viktor de Kowa.[1] [2] It was shot at the Schönbrunn Studios in Vienna and on location around Perchtoldsdorf . The film's sets were designed by the art directors Hertha Hareiter and Otto Pischinger. It was distributed in the West German market by Columbia Pictures.


Madame is an attractive swindler who targets wealthy men, marries them and then absconds with their belongings. She has successfully pulled her trick on three respected pillars of society and has her next target in her sights - the Englishman Ernest Harrington. Unexpectedly, she finds herself falling in love with him, and dreams of a real relationship, but her past is catching up with her and a detective is on her trail.



  1. ^ Fritsche p.255
  2. ^ Von Dassanowsky p.157


  • Fritsche, Maria. Homemade Men in Postwar Austrian Cinema: Nationhood, Genre and Masculinity. Berghahn Books, 2013.
  • Von Dassanowsky, Robert. Austrian Cinema: A History. McFarland, 2005.

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