Operette

Directed by: Willi Forst, Austria, 1940

Austria, 1940


Cast and Credits

Production Deutsche Forst-Filmproduktion GmbH
Deutsche Forst-Filmproduktion GmbH
Producer Karl Hartl
Director Willi Forst
Scenario Axel Eggebrecht
Willi Forst
Director of Photography Hans Schneeberger
Composer Willy Schmidt-Gentner
Cast Willi Forst [Franz Jauner]
Maria Holst [Maria Geistinger]
Dora Komar [Emmi Krall]
Paul Hörbiger [Alexander Girardi]
Leo Slezak [Franz von Suppé]
Edmund Schellhammer [Johann Strauß]
Curd Jürgens [Karl Milloecker]
Lia Bayer
Franz Borsos
Siegfried Breuer
Theodor Danegger
Hans Fetscherin
Viktor Heinz
Alfred Hülgert
Sepp Ketterer
Hansi Koller
Hill Larsen
Wilhelm Leicht
Ferdinand Maierhofer
Trude Marlen
Alfred Neugebauer
Oskar Pouché
Oskar Pouché
Gustav Waldau
Gustav Waldau
Gisa Wurm

Technical specifications
Category: Feature Film
Technical Details: Format: 35 mm, 1:1,37 - Black and White,, 3060 meters
Sound System: Keine Angabe
First Screening: December 20, 1940 in Wien

General Information

Operette is a motion picture produced in the year 1940 as a Austria production. The Film was directed by Willi Forst, with Willi Forst, Maria Holst, Dora Komar, Paul Hörbiger, Leo Slezak, in the leading parts. We have currently no synopsis of this picture on file; There are no reviews of Operette available.

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