|A Sister of Six|
Swedish theatrical poster
|Directed by||Ragnar Hyltén-Cavallius|
|Written by|| Ferenc Herczeg (novel)|
|Starring|| Willy Fritsch |
|Music by||Werner R. Heymann|
|Edited by||Carl Hoffmann|
|Distributed by||UFA (Germany)|
Woolf & Freedman Film Service (UK)
English, Swedish, German intertitles
A Sister of Six (German title: Die sieben Töchter der Frau Gyurkovics, Swedish title: Flickorna Gyurkovics) is a 1926 silent romantic comedy film directed by Ragnar Hyltén-Cavallius and starring Willy Fritsch, Betty Balfour and Lydia Potechina.It was a co-production between Germany, Sweden and the United Kingdom. It was shot at the Tempelhof Studios in Berlin. The film's sets were designed by the Swedish art director Vilhelm Bryde.
Francis, Duke of Teck, known as Count Francis von Hohenstein until 1863, was an Austrian-born nobleman who married into the British royal family. He was the father of Queen Mary, and thus a great-grandfather of the current British monarch, Queen Elizabeth II. Francis held the Austrian title of Count of Hohenstein, and the German titles of Prince (Fürst) and later Duke of Teck, and was given the style of Serene Highness in 1863. He was granted the British style of Highness in 1887.
Betty Balfour was an English screen actress, popular during the silent era, and known as the "British Mary Pickford" and "Britain's Queen of Happiness". She was best known to audiences for her Squibs series of films.
Willy Fritsch was a German theater and film actor, a popular leading man and character actor from the silent-film era to the early 1960s.
Prince Franz Anton von Thun und Hohenstein, Czech: kníže František Antonín z Thunu a Hohensteina was an Austro-Hungarian noble and statesman.
Lydia Potechina was a Russian actress. She emigrated to Germany in 1919, and returned to the Soviet Union in 1932. She was married to the Russian-German film producer Max Pfeiffer.
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A Waltz Dream is a 1925 German silent drama film directed by Ludwig Berger and starring Willy Fritsch, Mady Christians and Xenia Desni. It was based on the 1907 operetta Ein Walzertraum composed by Oscar Straus. It was influential on the development of later Viennese operetta films. Unlike many of UFA's ambitious productions of the 1920s, A Waltz Dream managed to recover its production cost in the domestic market alone.
Chaste Susanne is a 1926 German silent comedy film directed by Richard Eichberg and starring Lilian Harvey, Willy Fritsch and Ruth Weyher. It is based on the 1910 operetta Die keusche Susanne composed by Jean Gilbert with a libretto by Georg Okonkowski. In Britain it was released under the alternative title The Girl in the Taxi in reference to The Girl in the Taxi in the English version of the operetta. The film's art direction is by Jacek Rotmil.
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My Heart is a Jazz Band is a 1929 German silent drama film directed by Frederic Zelnik and starring Lya Mara, Raimondo Van Riel and Heinrich Gotho. The film's art direction was by Andrej Andrejew. It premiered on 28 January 1929. It shares its title with a popular 1920s song of the same name.
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His Late Excellency is a 1927 German silent film directed by Adolf E. Licho and Wilhelm Thiele and starring Willy Fritsch, Olga Tschechowa, and Ernst Gronau.
Don Juan in a Girls' School is a 1928 German silent comedy film directed by and starring Reinhold Schünzel. It is based on Hans Stürm's play The Unfaithful Eckehart.
A Better Master is a 1928 German silent comedy film directed by Gustav Ucicky and starring Leo Peukert, Lydia Potechina and Willi Forst. It is based upon the play by Walter Hasenclever.
When the White Lilacs Bloom Again is a 1953 West German drama film directed by Hans Deppe and starring Willy Fritsch, Magda Schneider and Romy Schneider.
Countess Ironing-Maid is a 1926 German silent comedy film directed by Constantin J. David and starring Ossi Oswalda, Curt Bois, and Robert Garrison.
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