|Season in Cairo|
|Directed by||Reinhold Schünzel|
|Written by||Walter Reisch|
|Produced by||Günther Stapenhorst|
|Edited by||Eduard von Borsody|
|Music by||Werner R. Heymann|
Season in Cairo (German : Saison in Kairo) is a 1933 German musical comedy film directed by Reinhold Schünzel and starring Renate Müller, Willy Fritsch and Gustav Waldau.  A French-language version Idylle au Caire was released, also featuring Müller. The film's sets were designed by the art directors Robert Herlth and Walter Röhrig. It was shot on location in Egypt at Giza and Cairo, with interior filming taking place at the Babelsberg Studios in Berlin.
Hubertus Castle is a 1954 German drama film directed by Helmut Weiss and starring Friedrich Domin, Marianne Koch and Heinz Baumann. It is based on the 1895 novel Hubertus Castle by Ludwig Ganghofer. The novel had previously been made into a 1934 film and was later adapted for the screen again in 1973.
Waltz War is a 1933 German musical comedy film directed by Ludwig Berger and starring Renate Müller, Willy Fritsch and Paul Hörbiger. It is loosely based on the rivalry between waltz composers Joseph Lanner and Johann Strauss I, as well as 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.
Idylle au Caire is a 1933 German French-language comedy film directed by Claude Heymann and Reinhold Schünzel and starring Renate Müller, George Rigaud and Henry Roussel. It was an alternate language version of the film Season in Cairo made by UFA.
Sweetheart of the Gods is a 1960 West German biographical film directed by Gottfried Reinhardt and starring Ruth Leuwerik, Peter van Eyck, and Harry Meyen. The film portrays the life of Renate Müller, a German film actress who died in 1937 in mysterious circumstances. A variety of rumours about Müller's death had developed, but the filmmakers chose to portray it as suicide following Nazi pressure over her relationship with a Jewish diplomat. Following legal objections from Müller's family, the ending was toned down to make her final fate more vague.
Beloved World is a 1942 German romantic comedy film directed by Emil Burri and starring Brigitte Horney, Willy Fritsch, and Paul Dahlke.
Just Once a Great Lady is a 1934 German comedy film directed by Gerhard Lamprecht and starring Käthe von Nagy, Wolf Albach-Retty and Gretl Theimer. Nagy plays a car saleswoman. The film's sets were designed by the art directors Otto Erdmann and Hans Sohnle. A separate French-language version A Day Will Come (1934) was also released, with Nagy reprising her role alongside Jean-Pierre Aumont.
The Boxer's Bride is a 1926 German silent sports film directed by Johannes Guter and starring Xenia Desni, Willy Fritsch and Hermann Picha.
Two Hearts in May is a 1958 West German musical comedy film directed by Géza von Bolváry and starring Dieter Borsche, Kristina Söderbaum, and Walter Giller.
His Late Excellency is a 1927 German silent film directed by Adolf E. Licho and Wilhelm Thiele and starring Willy Fritsch, Olga Tschechowa, and Ernst Gronau.
Ronny is a 1931 German musical comedy film directed by Reinhold Schünzel and starring Käthe von Nagy, Willy Fritsch, and Hans Wassmann. A separate French-language version Ronny was also released. It was shot at the Babelsberg Studios in Berlin and premiered at the city's Gloria-Palast. The film's art direction was by Werner Schlichting and Benno von Arent.
A Mad Idea or A Crazy Idea is a 1932 German comedy film directed by Kurt Gerron and starring Willy Fritsch, Dorothea Wieck and Rosy Barsony. It was made by UFA, Germany's biggest studio. It was shot at the Babelsberg Studios in Berlin. The film's art direction was by Julius von Borsody. Location shooting took place around St. Moritz in Switzerland.
Maya of the Seven Veils or The Veiled Lady is a 1951 West German musical film directed by Géza von Cziffra and starring Maria Litto, Willy Fritsch and Rudolf Platte.
King for One Night is a 1950 West German historical comedy film directed by Paul May and starring Anton Walbrook, Willy Fritsch and Annelies Reinhold.
We'll Talk About Love Later is a 1953 West German comedy film directed by Karl Anton and starring Gustav Fröhlich, Maria Holst and Liselotte Pulver.
Love, Girls and Soldiers is a 1958 Austrian musical comedy film directed by Franz Antel and starring Renate Holm, Willy Hagara and Carla Hagen.
A Night on the Danube is 1935 German comedy film directed by Carl Boese and starring Olga Engl, Wolfgang Liebeneiner, and Gustav Waldau.
In the Employ of the Secret Service is a 1931 German drama film directed by Gustav Ucicky and starring Brigitte Helm, Willy Fritsch, and Oskar Homolka. It concerns espionage between Germany and Russia during the First World War. It was made at the Babelsberg Studios in Berlin with sets designed by the art directors Robert Herlth and Walter Röhrig. Location shooting took place in Denmark.
Immortal Light is a 1951 West German drama film directed by Arthur Maria Rabenalt and starring Rudolf Forster, Cornell Borchers and Volker von Collande. It was shot at the Bavaria Studios in Munich. The film's sets were designed by the art directors Willi A. Herrmann and Heinrich Weidemann.
In Thrall to the Claw is a 1921 Austrian silent film directed by Carl Froelich and starring Eugen Jensen, Gustav Diessl, and Julius Strobl. While visiting the set, future director Georg Wilhelm Pabst made his only ever screen appearance as an actor.
Late Love is a 1943 German historical drama film directed by Gustav Ucicky and starring Paula Wessely, Attila Hörbiger and Inge List.