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Storm in a Water Glass

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Storm in a Water Glass
Storm in a Water Glass poster (1931 film).jpg
Scene from a film
GermanSturm im Wasserglas
Directed byGeorg Jacoby
Written by
Produced byHermann Fellner
Josef Somlo
Starring
CinematographyGuido Seeber
Bruno Timm
Music byStefan Weiß
Production
companies
Distributed byFelsom Film
Release date
  • 13 March 1931 (1931-03-13)
CountriesAustria
Germany
LanguageGerman

Storm in a Water Glass (German: Sturm im Wasserglas) is a 1931 Austrian-German comedy film directed by Georg Jacoby and starring Hansi Niese, Renate Müller and Paul Otto. The film is based on the play of the same title [de] by Bruno Frank, later adapted into the British film Storm in a Teacup. The film is known by the alternative title The Flower Woman of Lindenau (Die Blumenfrau von Lindenau). It is notable, in part, for the small role played by Hedy Lamarr in her second film. The film's art direction was by Hans Jacoby.

It premiered in Vienna on 13 March 1931, coinciding with the opening of the Sascha-Filmpalast cinema.[1] The film was remade in 1960.

Plot

An ambitious town councillor feels confident he will be elected the next mayor, but a dispute over a mongrel dog owned by a local flower seller rapidly turns into a scandal which threatens his political career.

Cast

References

  1. ^ Barton, Ruth. Hedy Lamarr: The Most Beautiful Woman in Film. University Press of Kentucky, 2010. p. 17.


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This page was last edited on 5 September 2021, at 02:17
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