Die Venus vom Tivoli

Directed by: Leonard Steckel, Switzerland, 1952

Switzerland, 1952
Plakatmotiv Die Venus vom Tivoli, © Gloriafilm AG Zürich, stills by Jonas Müller

Cast and Credits

Production Gloriafilm AG Zürich
Distribution Gloriafilm AG Zürich
Producer Gloriafilm AG Zürich
Director Leonard Steckel
Assistant Director Ettore Cella
Script Supervisor Ettore Cella
Director of Photography Eugen Schüfftan
Composer Walter Baumgartner
Editor Hermann Haller [Supervising editor]
Hermann Haller
Art Director Werner Schlichting
Costume Design Robert Gamma
Make-Up Jonas Müller
Stand Photos Jonas Müller
Cast Rudolf Bernhard [Schubiger]
Walburga Gmür
Heinrich Gretler [Knuesli]
Ilka Grüning [Frau Stransky]
Paul Hubschmid [Boelsterli]
Gustav Knuth [Hermann Schninkat]
Hilde Krahl [Anina Wiedt]
Hilde Krahl
Inge Konradi [Manci Sipos]
Inge Konradi
Rudolf Rhomberg [Leopold Gerzner]
Walter Richter [Osvaldo Curtis]
Fredy Scheim [Benziger]
Peer Schmidt [Erich Kube]
Peer Schmidt
Peer Schmidt [Le consul]
Ruedi Walter [Hunziker]
Walter Roderer

Technical specifications
Category: Feature Film
Technical Details: ,Length: 90 minutes
Sound System: Mono

General Information

Die Venus vom Tivoli is a motion picture produced in the year 1952 as a Switzerland production. The Film was directed by Leonard Steckel, with Rudolf Bernhard, Walburga Gmür, Heinrich Gretler, Ilka Grüning, Paul Hubschmid, in the leading parts. We have currently no synopsis of this picture on file; There are no reviews of Die Venus vom Tivoli available.

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