Dream Castle (film)

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Dream Castle
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Directed by Géza von Bolváry
Written by
Produced by Siegfried Fritz Fromm
Cinematography Fritz Arno Wagner
Edited by Hermann Haller
Music by Franz Grothe
  • UFA
  • Boston Film
Distributed byL'Alliance Cinématographique Européenne
Release date
  • 8 December 1933 (1933-12-08)
Running time
85 minutes
Language French

Dream Castle (French : Château de rêve) is a 1933 comedy film directed by Géza von Bolváry and starring Edith Méra, Lucien Baroux, and Danielle Darrieux. It was produced in Berlin as the French-language version of The Castle in the South and released by UFA's French subsidiary. [1]


The film's sets were designed by the art director Emil Hasler.


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  1. Waldman, p. 101.