The Fairy Doll

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The Fairy Doll
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Directed by E.W. Emo
Written by Ralph Benatzky
Leon Laroche
Carl Lorens
Hanns Saßmann
Based onThe Fairy Doll by Joseph Bayer
Produced byRolf Eckbauer
Starring Adele Sandrock
Magda Schneider
Paul Hörbiger
Cinematography Eduard Hoesch
Hans Theyer
Edited by Lisbeth Neumann
Music by Ralph Benatzky
Production
company
Hade-Film
Distributed byKiba Kinobetriebsanstalt
Release date
  • 19 June 1936 (1936-06-19)
Running time
85 minutes
CountryAustria
Language German

The Fairy Doll (German: Die Puppenfee) is a 1936 Austrian romance film directed by E.W. Emo and starring Adele Sandrock, Magda Schneider and Paul Hörbiger. It is based on the 1888 ballet work Die Puppenfee composed by Josef Bayer, owing more to the score than the libretto. [1] The film's sets were designed by the art director Julius von Borsody. It marked the screen debut of future star Hilde Krahl. [2]

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References

  1. Von Dassanowsky p.180
  2. Bock & Bergfelder p.259

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