|A Song Goes Round the World|
|Directed by||Richard Oswald|
|Written by|| Ernst Neubach |
|Produced by||Richard Oswald|
|Starring|| Joseph Schmidt |
Viktor de Kowa
|Edited by||Friedel Buckow|
|Music by||Hans May|
|Distributed by||Terra Film|
A Song Goes Round the World (German: Ein Lied geht um die Welt) is a 1933 German drama film directed by Richard Oswald and starring Joseph Schmidt, Viktor de Kowa and Charlotte Ander.  It was shot at the Johannisthal Studios in Berlin with sets designed by the art director Franz Schroedter.  An English-language version of the film was made My Song Goes Round the World by British International Pictures, also directed by Richard Oswald. The film serves as a semi-biopic of Joseph Schmidt, who appears in it himself. A 1958 film of the same name was also a biopic of Schmidt, who was by then dead.
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