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Wedding in the Hay

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Wedding in the Hay
Wedding in the Hay.jpg
Directed byArthur Maria Rabenalt
Written byHans Gustl Kernmayr
Alexander Lix
Based onDoppelselbstmord (play)
by Ludwig Anzengruber
Produced byFrank Clifford
Ernest Müller
StarringOskar Sima
Inge Egger
Kurt Seifert
CinematographyHans Heinz Theyer
Edited byJohanna Meisel
Music byAlbert Fischer
Production
companies
Cordial-Film
Schönbrunn-Film
Distributed byRing-Film
Release date
11 January 1951
Running time
89 minutes
CountriesAustria
West Germany
LanguageGerman

Wedding in the Hay (German: Hochzeit im Heu) is a 1951 Austrian-German comedy film directed by Arthur Maria Rabenalt and starring Oskar Sima, Inge Egger and Kurt Seifert.[1]

It was shot at the Schönbrunn Studios in Vienna. The film's sets were designed by the art director Felix Smetana.

Cast

  • Oskar Sima as Vitus Sentner
  • Inge Egger as Agerl Hauderer
  • Kurt Seifert as Egon Hasse, Fotograf
  • Dagny Servaes as Theres Sentner
  • Lotte Lang as Liesl Furchtsam, Krämerin
  • Helli Servi as Genoveva
  • Joseph Egger as Ferdinand Hauderer
  • Fritz Lehmann as Poldl Sentner
  • Josef Zechell as Weckerl, Bader und Heiratsvermittler
  • Hugo Lindinger as Hölzlbauer
  • Franz Muxeneder
  • Franz Burgsteiner
  • Josef Enzenberger
  • Sepp Stockklauser
  • Franz Wimmer
  • Josef Fuchs
  • Erika Hackinger
  • Hans Maiberger
  • Marieliese Tamele

See also

References

  1. ^ Fritsche p.242

Bibliography

  • Fritsche, Maria. Homemade Men In Postwar Austrian Cinema: Nationhood, Genre and Masculinity . Berghahn Books, 2013.
  • Von Dassanowsky, Robert. Austrian Cinema: A History. McFarland, 2005.

External links


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