A Star Fell from Heaven (1934 film)

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A Star Fell from Heaven
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Directed by Max Neufeld
Produced by Heinrich Hasse
Written by Arthur Rebner
Fritz Zoreff
Starring Joseph Schmidt
Egon von Jordan
Herbert Hübner
Music by Hans May
Cinematography Adolf Schlasy
Zoltan Vidor
Edited by Ladislaus Vidor
Production
company
Styria-Film
Distributed byLux-Film
Release date
28 December 1934
Running time
86 minutes
CountryAustria
Language German

A Star Fell from Heaven (German: Ein Stern fällt vom Himmel) is a 1934 Austrian musical film directed by Max Neufeld and starring Joseph Schmidt, Egon von Jordan and Herbert Hübner. Two years later it was remade in Britain with Schmidt reprising his role. [1] A later German-language film A Star Fell from Heaven released in 1961, was unconnected to the earlier productions.

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  1. Bock & Bergfelder p.425

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