Wilhelm Tell

The Legend of William Tell

Directed by: Heinz Paul, , Germany, Switzerland, 1934


    Cast and Credits

    Production Schweizer-Produktion der Terra-Film AG, Zürich
    Schweizer Film-Finanzierungs-AG, Zürich
    Terra-Film AG, Berlin
    Producer Ralph Scotoni
    Production Manager Max Hüske
    Unit / Location Manager Conny Carstennsen
    Director Heinz Paul
    Scenario Hanns Johst
    Heinz Paul
    Hans Curjel
    Wilhelm Stöppler
    Director of Photography Sepp Allgeier
    Franz Weihmayr
    Franz Josef Dahinden
    Composer Herbert Windt
    Editor Lena Neumann
    Art Director Robert A. Dietrich
    Bruno Lanz
    Costume Design Alfred Bader
    Sound Engineer Emil Specht
    Cast Hans Marr [Wilhelm Tell]
    Conrad Veidt [Gessler, Landvogt]
    Emmi Sonnemann [Hedwig, Tell's wife]
    Olaf Bach [Arnold von Melchthal]
    Eugen Klöpfer [Heinrich von Melchthal]
    Maly Delschaft [Barbara von Melchthal]
    Theodor Loos [Werner Stauffacher]
    Franziska Kinz [Gertrud Stauffacher]
    Carl de Vogt [Konrad Baumgarten]
    Käte Haack [Baumgartnerin, hi's wife]
    Fritz Hofbauer [Walter Fuerst]
    Detlef Willecke [Walter, Tells son]
    Wolfdieter Hollender [Klein-Wilhelm, Tells juengster son]
    Werner Schott [Vogt Landenberg]
    Friedrich Ettel [Vogt Wolfenschiess]
    Josef Peterhans [Pfarrer Roesselmann]
    Herma Clement [Armgard]
    Paul Bildt [Schultheiss von Luzern]
    Wilhelm Haardt
    Max Hochstetter
    Georg Heinrich Schnell
    Heinrich Schroth

    Technical specifications
    Category: Feature Film
    Technical Details: Format: 35 mm, 1:1,37 - Ratio: 1:1,37 - Black and White,Length: 99 minutes, 2712 meters
    Sound System: Mono
    First Screening: January 12, 1934 in Berlin, Ufa-Palast am Zoo
    First Censorship: Berlin January 12, 1934 No B.35465 Verdict: Allowed for Minors

    Remarks and general Information in German: Die Schweizer Premiere fand am 17. Januar 1934 in Zürich statt. Eine Ironie der Geschichte, die weibliche Hauptrolle von Wilhelm Tell's Frau Hedwig spielte Emmy Sonnemann - ein Jahr später sollte sie Hermann Görings Frau werden, Adolf Hitler wird dann ihr Trauzeuge sein ...

    Wilhelm Tell is a motion picture produced in the year 1934 as a Germany, Switzerland production. The Film was directed by Heinz Paul, with Hans Marr, Conrad Veidt, Emmi Sonnemann, Olaf Bach, Eugen Klöpfer, in the leading parts. The movie had its first screening on January 12, 1934 in Berlin, Ufa-Palast am Zoo. We have currently no synopsis of this picture on file; There are no reviews of Wilhelm Tell available.

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