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The Girl Irene

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The Girl Irene
Directed byReinhold Schünzel
Written by
  • Eva Leidmann
  • Reinhold Schünzel
Based on
play Sixteen
Produced byErich von Neusser
CinematographyRobert Baberske
Edited byArnfried Heyne
Music byAlois Melichar
Distributed byUFA
Release date
  • 9 October 1936 (1936-10-09)
Running time
95 minutes

The Girl Irene (German: Das Mädchen Irene) is a 1936 German drama film directed by Reinhold Schünzel and starring Lil Dagover, Sabine Peters and Geraldine Katt.[1] It is based on the British play Sixteen by Aimée Stuart about the widowed mother of a middle class family who falls in love, provoking the jealousy of her daughter. It was shot at the Babelsberg and Tempelhof Studios of AG|UFA in Berlin with location shooting taking place in London, Monte Carlo and Paris as well as around the German capital. The film's sets were designed by the art directors Ludwig Reiber and Walter Reimann.


In London, Jennifer Lawrence wishes to marry Sir John Corbett and first discusses it with her daughters Baba and Irene. Irene, who idealized her own father, is greatly opposed, but her mother decides to marry anyway. Irene runs away and tries to drown herself, but is saved by Philip and Baba, who, sobbing in tears hugging Irene laying in the boat, repeats, in her way and attitude to express love and affection, she to be "…anyway a stupid goat!" who would be death if they didn't find her in time. Irene, in her arms, whispers cheek to cheek that mom should never know what she was going to do. Baba promises it and turns her head, still sobbing but not losing her humour, to tell Philip he has to give up his medal of valor for saving a life, which Philip, in love with Irene, agrees while drying his drenched trousers and, cool, replies: "Obviously: I mine, you your one!". "Are you happy to not be died?" Asks Baba to Irene, who replies: "I'm ashamed!". Baba, back: "You have not to do it at all, not so, Philip? She has not to do it!". "I had to be sick" says Irene, "Nonsense: you were jealous!" replies Baba, "He's such a proper person; think about what he's taking: me so naughty, you so hysterical! And even if she marries him, she stays anyway OUR MOMMY!" (kiss on mouth and:) "You're right, Baba… I'm truly a goat!" "You're right… but a SWEET goat!" and, cheek to cheek, movie ends.



  1. ^ Kreimeier p. 237


  • Kreimeier, Klaus (1999). The Ufa Story: A History of Germany's Greatest Film Company, 1918–1945. University of California Press. ISBN 978-0-520-22069-0.

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