|Grandstand for General Staff|
|Directed by|| Hans Otto |
|Produced by||Herman Millakowsky|
|7 October 1926 (Berlin)|
29 October 1926 (Vienna)
|Languages|| Silent |
Grandstand for General Staff (German: Der Feldherrnhügel) is a 1926 Austrian-German silent comedy film directed by Hans Otto and Erich Schönfelder and starring Alexander Roda Roda, Harry Liedtke and Olga Tschechowa. It is based on a play of the same name. 
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Grandstand for General Staff may refer to:
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