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The Forest House in Tyrol

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The Forest House in Tyrol
Directed byHermann Kugelstadt
Written byJohannes Kai
Hermann Kugelstadt
Produced byRichard König
StarringWera Frydtberg
Helmuth Schneider
Dorothea Wieck
CinematographyGünther Rittau
Edited byLuise Dreyer-Sachsenberg
Music byWerner Bochmann
König Film
Distributed byKopp-Filmverleih
Release date
  • 3 November 1955 (1955-11-03)
Running time
90 minutes
CountryWest Germany

The Forest House in Tyrol or The Lodge in Tyrol (German: Das Forsthaus in Tirol) is a 1955 West German drama film directed by Hermann Kugelstadt and starring Wera Frydtberg, Helmuth Schneider and Dorothea Wieck.[1] [2] Location shooting took place around Mittenwald, Innsbruck and Kitzbühel. Interiors were shot at temporary studio in Mittenwald. The film's sets were designed by the art director Max Seefelder. It was part of the boom in heimatfilm in post-war West Germany.


Richard Ferner returns to his Tyrolean home village after decades away, having mead a fortune from an African mine. He had fled many years before after stealing from his employer, and had abandoned his fiancée Dorothee, now the widow of a forester. He seeks to make amends to her by helping out her two children, preventing the son from engaging in petty theft in the same manner he once did and helping the daughter in her romance with the son of a hotelier.



  1. ^ Ivanova p.113
  2. ^ Bock & Bergfelder p.135


  • Bock, Hans-Michael & Bergfelder, Tim. The Concise CineGraph. Encyclopedia of German Cinema. Berghahn Books, 2009.
  • Ivanova, Mariana. Cinema of Collaboration: DEFA Coproductions and International Exchange in Cold War Europe. Berghahn Books, 2019.

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