Last Stop (1935 film)

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Last Stop
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Directed by E. W. Emo
Written by Philipp Lothar Mayring
Produced by
Cinematography Ewald Daub
Edited by Alice Ludwig
Music by
Algefa Film
Distributed byRota-Film
Release date
  • 4 June 1935 (1935-06-04)
Running time
90 minutes
Language German

Last Stop (German : Endstation) is a 1935 German romantic comedy film directed by E. W. Emo and starring Paul Hörbiger, Hans Moser, and Josefine Dora. It was filmed and set in Vienna. [1]


The film's sets were designed by the art directors Kurt Dürnhöfer and Willi Herrmann. [2]


The film is about the tram driver Karl Vierthaler, who falls in love with the hat seamstress Anna. However, his parents have already planned the confectioner's daughter Rosa Schilling as a future wife for their son, which is why Karl should give up his job as a tram driver. With a good deal of stubbornness, Karl finally manages to get his way and win over Anna.


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  2. Hörbiger, Paul (1980). Ich hab für euch gespielt : Erinnerungen. Georg Markus (2. Aufl ed.). München: Herbig. ISBN   3-7766-1001-8. OCLC   8253917.