|Land of Love|
|Directed by||Reinhold Schünzel|
|Produced by||Georg Witt|
|Edited by||Arnfried Heyne|
|Music by||Alois Melichar|
|Distributed by||Tobis Film|
Land of Love (German : Land der Liebe) is a 1937 German romance film directed by Reinhold Schünzel and starring Albert Matterstock, Gusti Huber and Valerie von Martens.  Although Schünzel was Jewish he had been allowed to continue directing films in Germany after the Nazi takeover. However, this film faced objections from the censors and from Joseph Goebbels. It was briefly shown and then disappeared from cinemas.  It was Schünzel's final German film as director, and he went into exile shortly afterwards.
Curt Goetz, born Kurt Walter Götz, was a Swiss German writer, actor and film director. He was regarded as one of the most brilliant German comedy writers of his time. With his wife Valérie von Martens, he acted in his own plays and also filmed them. He was a distant relative of Irish writer George Bernard Shaw, to whom he was often compared.
Kurt Vespermann was a German stage and film actor.
Reinhold Schünzel was a German actor and director, active in both Germany and the United States. The son of a German father and a Jewish mother, he was born in St. Pauli, the poorest part of Hamburg. Despite being of Jewish ancestry, Schünzel was allowed by the Nazis to continue making films for several years until he eventually left in 1937 to live abroad.
Lady Hamilton is a 1921 German silent historical film directed by Richard Oswald and starring Liane Haid, Conrad Veidt and Werner Krauss. The film depicts the love affair between the British Admiral Lord Nelson and Lady Emma Hamilton. It was based on two novels by Heinrich Vollrath Schumacher. A copy of the film exists in a Russian film archive.
Fritz Genschow was a German actor, film director and screenwriter.
Karl Platen was a German actor and cinematographer known for Girl in the Moon (1929) and M (1931).
Her Grace Commands is a 1931 German romantic comedy film directed by Hanns Schwarz and starring Käthe von Nagy, Willy Fritsch and Reinhold Schünzel. It is also translated into the alternative title Her Highness Commands. It was shot at the Babelsberg Studios with sets designed by the art director Erich Kettelhut. It premiered in Mannheim on 3 March 1931, before being released at the Gloria-Palast in Berlin the next day. A French-language version was produced simultaneously, also directed by Schwarz but with a different cast. The film was remade in Hollywood as well, retitled Adorable, and released by the Fox Film Corporation in 1933.
Peter the Mariner is a 1929 German silent comedy drama film directed by Reinhold Schünzel and starring Schünzel, Renate Müller, and Hans Heinrich von Twardowski. It was shot at the Grunewald Studios in Berlin and on location in St. Moritz and in the North Sea.
You Walk So Softly is a 1927 German silent comedy film directed by Reinhold Schünzel and starring Schünzel, Yvette Darnys and Jakob Tiedtke. Schünzel ran into trouble with his superiors at UFA because he had not submitted his screenplay for approval before filming began. The film's art direction was by Erich Czerwonski.
Faded Melody is a 1938 German drama film directed by Viktor Tourjansky and starring Brigitte Horney, Willy Birgel and Carl Raddatz. Horney and Birgel play characters engaged in a troubled transatlantic romance, with she based in New York City and he in Berlin. The film was made by Germany's largest studio of the era UFA.
Men Without a Fatherland is a 1937 German drama film directed by Herbert Maisch and starring Willy Fritsch, Maria von Tasnady and Willy Birgel.
A Salzburg Comedy or Little Border Traffic is a 1943 German comedy film directed by Hans Deppe and starring Willy Fritsch, Hertha Feiler and Heinz Salfner. Erich Kästner wrote the screenplay based on one of his own novels. As he had been blacklisted by the Nazi Party he used the pseudonym Berhold Bürger. The novel was again adapted for the 1957 film Salzburg Stories.
Love in the Ring is a 1930 German sports film directed by Reinhold Schünzel and starring Max Schmeling, Renate Müller, and Olga Tschechowa. Schmeling was a leading German boxer of the 1930s, and the film attempted to capitalise on this. Schmeling later appeared in another boxing-themed film in Knockout (1935).
The Last Waltz is a 1934 German operetta film directed by Georg Jacoby, and starring Ernst Dumcke, Max Gülstorff, and Iván Petrovich. It is based on the 1920 operetta The Last Waltz by Oscar Straus. It was remade in English in 1936.
Dangerous Crossing or Rail Triangle is a 1937 German crime film directed by Robert A. Stemmle and starring Gustav Fröhlich, Heli Finkenzeller, and Paul Hoffmann. It is set amongst railway workers and takes its name from Gleisdreieck on the Berlin U-Bahn.
Serenade is a 1937 German drama film directed by Willi Forst and starring Hilde Krahl, Albert Matterstock and Igo Sym. The film was based on a novel by Theodor Storm, which was adapted again in 1958 as I'll Carry You in My Arms by Veit Harlan.
The Story of a Maid is a 1921 Austrian-German silent drama film directed by Reinhold Schünzel and starring Liane Haid, Otto Tressler and Erika Glässner. It premiered at the Marmorhaus in Berlin.
A Night in Paradise is a 1919 German silent film directed by Eugen Burg and starring Wanda Treumann and Reinhold Schünzel.
The Girl from Acker Street is a 1920 German silent drama film directed by Reinhold Schünzel and starring Otto Gebühr, Lilly Flohr, and Rosa Valetti. It was followed by two sequels directed by Werner Funck and Martin Hartwig respectively.
The Governor is a 1939 German drama film directed by Viktor Tourjansky and starring Brigitte Horney, Willy Birgel and Hannelore Schroth. It is based on the play Die Fahne by Emmerich Groh.