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The Cabbie's Song

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The Cabbie's Song
The Cabbie's Song.jpg
Directed byE. W. Emo
Written by
CinematographyEduard Hoesch
Edited byRené Métain
Music byNico Dostal
Algefa Film
Distributed byBavaria Film
Release date
  • 13 November 1936 (1936-11-13)
Running time
78 minutes

The Cabbie's Song (German: Fiakerlied) is a 1936 German romantic drama film directed by E. W. Emo and starring Paul Hörbiger, Gusti Huber, and Franz Schafheitlin.[1] The film offers a nostalgic view of Vienna during the old Imperial Era. It takes its name from a popular Viennese song, and its set in the 1880s at the time of the song's composition. It was made at the Bavaria Studios in Munich and partly shot on location in Budapest and Vienna. The film's sets were designed by the art director Emil Hasler.



  1. ^ Von Dassanowsky, p. 60.


  • Klaus, Ulrich J. Deutsche Tonfilme: Jahrgang 1936. Klaus-Archiv, 1988.
  • Von Dassanowsky, Robert (2005). Austrian Cinema: A History. Jefferson, NC: McFarland. ISBN 978-1-4766-2147-0.

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