|Daughter of the Regiment|
|Directed by||Carl Lamac|
|Produced by|| Artur Hohenberg |
|Written by||Hans H. Zerlett|
|Starring|| Anny Ondra |
|Music by|| Jára Benes |
|Cinematography|| Otto Heller |
|Distributed by||Kiba Kinobetriebsanstalt (Austria)|
|31 March 1933|
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