The Forester's Daughter (1931 film)

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The Forester's Daughter
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German Die Försterchristl
Directed by Frederic Zelnik
Written byAlfred Frank
Bruno Granichstaedten
Produced by Karl Julius Fritzsche
Cinematography Akos Farkas
Mutz Greenbaum
Music by Bruno Granichstaedten
Transozean Film
Distributed bySüd-Film
Release date
  • 3 February 1931 (1931-02-03)
Running time
90 minutes

The Forester's Daughter (German : Die Försterchristl) is a 1931 German operetta film directed by Frederic Zelnik and starring Irene Eisinger, Paul Richter and Oskar Karlweis. [1] It is an adaptation of the operetta Die Försterchristl . Zelnik had previously directed a 1926 silent film version The Bohemian Dancer .


The film's sets were designed by Heinz Fenchel and Jacek Rotmil.


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