|Playing with Fire|
|Directed by||Ralph Arthur Roberts|
|Produced by||Max Pfeiffer|
|Music by||Werner Bochmann|
|Cinematography||Fritz Arno Wagner|
|Edited by||Hans Wolff|
Playing with Fire (German : Spiel mit dem Feuer) is a 1934 German comedy film directed by Ralph Arthur Roberts and starring Paul Hörbiger, Trude Marlen and Elga Brink.
The film's sets were designed by the art director Erich Kettelhut and Max Mellin.
Hocuspocus is a 1953 West German comedy crime film directed by Kurt Hoffmann and starring Curt Goetz, Valerie von Martens and Hans Nielsen. Based on one of Goetz's own plays, it was remade in 1966 as Hocuspocus.
Pension Schöller is a 1930 German comedy film directed by Georg Jacoby and starring Paul Henckels, Elga Brink and Jakob Tiedtke. It is an adaptation of the 1890 play Pension Schöller by Wilhelm Jacoby and Carl Laufs. Georg Jacoby was Wilhem's son, and made three film adaptations of his father's best known play in 1930, 1952 and 1960.
Waltz War is a 1933 German biographical film directed by Ludwig Berger and starring Renate Müller, Willy Fritsch and Paul Hörbiger. It depicts the life of the Austrian ballet dancer Katti Lanner who eventually settled in Victorian Britain. It is also known by the alternative title of The Battle of the Walzes.
Once There Was a Waltz is a 1932 German operetta film directed by Victor Janson and starring Mártha Eggerth, Rolf von Goth and Paul Hörbiger. It premiered in Berlin on 14 April 1932. The film was remade in Britain as Where Is This Lady?, released the same year.
Women on the Edge is a 1929 German silent drama film directed by Georg Jacoby and starring Gustav Diessl, Elga Brink and Inge Landgut. Paul Hörbiger notably played the part of a Jewish Impresario Siegfried Nürnberger.
Marriage in Trouble is a 1929 German silent drama film directed by Richard Oswald and starring Elga Brink, Walter Rilla and Evelyn Holt. The film's art direction was by Franz Schroedter. A man considers leaving his wife for another woman, but eventually decides against it. The film was based on a French novel by Georges Antequil.
The Tunnel is a 1933 French-German science fiction film directed by Curtis Bernhardt and starring Paul Hartmann, Attila Hörbiger and Olly von Flint. The film was made by Bavaria Film, and shot at the company's Emelka Studios in Munich. It is an adaptation of Bernhard Kellermann's 1913 novel Der Tunnel about the construction of a vast tunnel under the Atlantic Ocean connecting Europe and America. It premiered at the Capitol Theatre in November 1933.
Immortal Waltz is a 1939 historical film directed by E. W. Emo and starring Paul Hörbiger, Dagny Servaes, and Maria Andergast. The film's art direction was by Julius von Borsody. The film portrays the lives the Austrian composer Johann Strauss I and family. The film was made by Wien-Film, a Vienna-based company set up after Austria had been incorporated into Greater Germany following the 1938 Anschluss.
Operetta is a 1940 musical film directed by Willi Forst and starring Forst, Maria Holst and Dora Komar. The film was made by Wien-Film, a Vienna-based company set up after Austria had been incorporated into Greater Germany following the 1938 Anschluss. It is the first film in director Willi Forst's "Viennese Trilogy" followed by Vienna Blood (1942) and Viennese Girls (1945). The film portrays the life of Franz Jauner (1832–1900), a leading musical figure in the city. It is both an operetta film and a Wiener Film.
The Grey Lady, also known as Sherlock Holmes, is a 1937 German mystery film directed by Erich Engels and starring Hermann Speelmans, Trude Marlen and Elisabeth Wendt.
Dagfin is a 1926 German silent film directed by Joe May and starring Paul Richter, Alfred Gerasch and Marcella Albani.
The Weekend Bride is a 1928 German silent comedy film directed by Georg Jacoby and starring Elga Brink and Ossi Oswalda.
Don Juan in a Girls' School is a 1928 German silent comedy film directed by and starring Reinhold Schünzel. It is based on Hans Stürm's play The Unfaithful Eckehart.
Circus Romanelli is a 1926 German silent comedy film directed by Georg Jacoby and starring Reinhold Schünzel, Claire Rommer and Victor Janson.
A Hoax is a 1936 German comedy film directed by E. W. Emo and starring Paul Hörbiger, Trude Marlen, and Hans Moser.
The Tempelhof Studios are a film studio located in Tempelhof in the German capital of Berlin. They were founded in 1912, during the silent era, by German film pioneer Alfred Duskes who built a glass-roofed studio on the site with financial backing from the French company Pathé. The producer Paul Davidson's PAGU then took control and constructed a grander structure. The First World War propaganda drama The Yellow Passport, the historical comedy Madame DuBarry and the expressionist 1920 silent film The Golem were made there by PAGU.
Blondes for Export is a 1950 West German crime thriller film directed by Eugen York and starring Lotte Koch, Catja Görna and René Deltgen. Norbert Jacques wrote the screenplay, adapting his own novel.
I Am Sebastian Ott is a 1939 German crime film directed by Willi Forst and starring Forst, Gustav Diessl and Trude Marlen. Some of the film was shot by the assistant director Viktor Becker.
Grandstand for General Staff is a 1932 German comedy film directed by Eugen Thiele and starring Iván Petrovich, Elga Brink, and Betty Bird.
Adventure in Vienna is a 1952 Austrian crime thriller film directed by Emil E. Reinert and starring Gustav Fröhlich, Cornell Borchers and Adrienne Gessner. It is an adaptation of the 1933 novel I Was Jack Mortimer by Alexander Lernet-Holenia. A separate English-language version Stolen Identity was also produced.
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