Melody of Love (1932 film)

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Melody of Love
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German Melodie der Liebe
Directed by Georg Jacoby
Written by
Produced byHermann Rosenfeld
Ludwig Scheer
Cinematography Friedl Behn-Grund
Georg Bruckbauer
Edited by Alwin Elling
Music by Bronislau Kaper
Distributed byHeros-Film
Release date
  • 24 April 1932 (1932-04-24)
Running time
105 minutes

Melody of Love (German : Melodie der Liebe) is a 1932 German operetta film directed by Georg Jacoby and starring Richard Tauber, Petra Unkel and S.Z. Sakall. [1] It was shot at the Johannisthal Studios in Berlin with sets designed by the art director Max Heilbronner. It premiered on 24 April 1932. [2] It is also known in English by the alternative title Right to Happiness.



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  1. "Melodie der Liebe |". Retrieved 15 November 2022.
  2. Grange, William (2008). Cultural Chronicle of the Weimar Republic. Scarecrow Press. p. 386. ISBN   3598114923.