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The Red Prince (film)

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The Red Prince
Directed by
Written byFriedrich Perkonig
Starring
Cinematography
Music byAnton Profes
Production
company
Pabst-Kiba-Filmproduktionsgesellschaft
Distributed byUnion Film
Release date
  • 12 March 1954 (1954-03-12)
Running time
90 minutes
CountriesAustria
West Germany
LanguageGerman

The Red Prince (German: Der rote Prinz) is a 1954 Austrian-West German historical drama film directed by Hans Schott-Schöbinger and Franz Antel and starring Inge Egger, Peter Pasetti and Richard Häussler.[1] It is based on the story of Archduke Johann Salvator of Austria.

It was shot at the Thalerhof Studios in Graz and on location in a variety of sites including the Schönbrunn Palace, Bad Aussee and Gmunden. The film's sets were designed by the art director Eduard Stolba.

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Synopsis

Archduke Johann Salvator, a member of the Habsburg Family and an officer serving in the Austrian Army causes a scandal by falling in love with and marrying the dancer Milly Stubel. Condemned as insane by his family and confined in the Schloss Ort in rural Austria, he manages to escape with his wife to Genoa where he renounces all his titles and calls himself Johann Orth. They plan to sail away to start a new life away from the conventions of Vienna, but a courtier seeks vengeance on them by plotting to sink their ship.

Cast

References

  1. ^ Fritsche p.250

Bibliography

  • Fritsche, Maria. Homemade Men in Postwar Austrian Cinema: Nationhood, Genre and Masculinity. Berghahn Books, 2013.

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