|Directed by||Max Neufeld|
|Produced by||Heinrich Haas|
|Music by||Alois Melichar|
|Distributed by||Schorcht Filmverleih|
Anni is a 1948 Austrian-German romance film directed by Max Neufeld and starring Elfie Mayerhofer, Siegfried Breuer and Josef Meinrad. It is part of the genre of Vienna films.
The film was shot at the Rosenhügel Studios in Vienna with sets designed by the art director Fritz Jüptner-Jonstorff.
Siegfried Breuer was an Austrian stage and film actor and occasional film director and screenwriter.
The Curtain Falls is a 1939 German crime film directed by Georg Jacoby and starring Anneliese Uhlig, Elfie Mayerhofer and Hilde Sessak. It was based on a play by Paul van der Hurck and was made by UFA studios. The film's sets were designed by the art director Erich Kettelhut.
The Angel with the Trumpet is a 1948 Austrian historical drama film directed by Karl Hartl and starring Paula Wessely, Helene Thimig and Maria Schell. It is based on the novel of the same name by Ernst Lothar. The film was remade in Britain in 1950, under the same title.
Fregola is a 1948 Austrian musical film directed by Harald Röbbeling and starring Marika Rökk, Rudolf Prack and Siegfried Breuer. It was a comeback film for Rökk, one of the most popular stars of the Third Reich, who hadn't made a film since 1944. The film was popular with West German audiences, particularly amongst women.
Elfie Mayerhofer (1917–1992) was an Austrian film actress and singer. A noted stage performer, she played lead roles in a series of musical and operetta films such as The Song of the Nightingale (1944) and The Heavenly Waltz (1949). She was known as the "Viennese Nightingale".
Immortal Waltz is a 1939 historical film directed by E. W. Emo and starring Paul Hörbiger, Dagny Servaes, and Maria Andergast.
Operetta is a 1940 German musical film directed by Willi Forst and starring Forst, Maria Holst and Dora Komar. The film was made by Wien-Film, a Vienna-based company set up after Austria had been incorporated into Greater Germany following the 1938 Anschluss. It is the first film in director Willi Forst's "Viennese Trilogy" followed by Vienna Blood (1942) and Viennese Girls (1945). The film portrays the life of Franz Jauner (1832–1900), a leading musical figure in the city. It is both an operetta film and a Wiener Film.
His Daughter is Called Peter is a 1955 Austrian drama film directed by Gustav Fröhlich and starring Sabine Eggerth, Wolf Albach-Retty and Josef Meinrad. The film was a remake of a 1936 Austrian film of the same name. Both films were based on a novel by Edith Zellweker.
The Spendthrift is a 1953 Austrian historical musical film directed by Leopold Hainisch and starring Attila Hörbiger, Josef Meinrad and Maria Andergast. It is an adaptation of Ferdinand Raimund's play of the same name.
Bonus on Death is a 1950 Austrian crime film directed by Curd Jürgens and starring Judith Holzmeister, Werner Krauss and Siegfried Breuer. One of a handful of Austrian crime films made during the post-war period, it was not particularly successful at the box office.
To Be Without Worries is a 1953 Austrian-German historical comedy film directed by Georg Marischka and starring Walter Müller, Hans Moser and Walter Koch.
Siegfried Breuer Jr. was an Austrian film actor. He was the son of the actor Siegfried Breuer.
The Dark Star is a 1955 West German drama film directed by Hermann Kugelstadt and starring Elfie Fiegert, Ilse Steppat and Viktor Staal.
Hotel Sacher is a 1939 German drama film directed by Erich Engel and starring Sybille Schmitz, Willy Birgel, and Wolf Albach-Retty.
Gabriele Dambrone is a 1943 German drama film directed by Hans Steinhoff and starring Gusti Huber, Siegfried Breuer and Christl Mardayn.
Arlberg Express is a 1948 Austrian thriller film directed by Eduard von Borsody and starring Paul Hubschmid, Elfe Gerhart and Iván Petrovich.
Maresi is a 1948 Austrian period drama film directed by Hans Thimig and starring Attila Hörbiger, Maria Schell and Siegfried Breuer. It was one of the box offices successes of 1948.
The Other Life is a 1948 Austrian drama film directed by Rudolf Steinboeck and starring Aglaja Schmid, Robert Lindner and Gustav Waldau. The sets were designed by the art director Herbert Ploberger. It is based on the 1947 novella Twentieth of July by Alexander Lernet-Holenia.
The Heavenly Waltz is a 1948 Austrian comedy film directed by Géza von Cziffra and starring Elfie Mayerhofer, Paul Hubschmid and Inge Konradi.