|The Woman They Talk About|
|Directed by||Victor Janson|
|Written by||Hans Rameau|
|Based on||Daniel by Louis Verneuil|
|Produced by||Gabriel Levy|
|Starring|| Mady Christians |
|Edited by||Ladislao Vajda|
|Music by||Fritz Goldschmidt|
The Woman They Talk About (German: Die Frau von der man spricht) is a 1931 German drama film directed by Victor Janson and starring Mady Christians, Hans Stüwe and Lilian Ellis.  The film's art direction was by Botho Hoefer and Bernhard Schwidewski. It is based on the play Daniel by Louis Verneuil.
Marguerita Maria "Mady" Christians was an Austrian actress who had a successful acting career in theatre and film in the United States until she was blacklisted during the McCarthy period.
Christa Tordy was a German film actress. She was discovered while visiting her cousin Mady Christians in Berlin, and briefly became a leading star before retiring after marrying Harry Liedtke. She was murdered along with her husband by the Soviet Red Army at her home during its invasion of Germany during World War II.
The House of Dora Green is a 1933 German thriller film directed by Henrik Galeen and starring Mady Christians, Paul Hartmann, and Leonard Steckel. It was based on the novel Diplomatische Unterwelt by Hans Rudolf Berndorff. It was the final German film made by Galeen, before being forced into exile following the Nazi Party's takeover of power. In 1937 it was released in the United States.
It's You I Have Loved is a 1929 German drama film directed by Rudolf Walther-Fein and starring Mady Christians, Walter Jankuhn, and Hans Stüwe. It is considered the first full sound film to be made in Germany. When it was released in the United States, the film's plot was compared to that of The Jazz Singer. It is also known as Because I Loved You.
The Transformation of Dr. Bessel is a 1927 German silent film directed by Richard Oswald and starring Jakob Tiedtke, Sophie Pagay and Hans Stüwe. The film was based on a novel by Ludwig Wolff. It premiered at the Ufa-Palast am Zoo. It has thematic similarities with Ernst Lubitsch's 1932 film The Man I Killed. Whereas that film featured a French soldier partially assuming the identity of a dead German, in Oswald's film a German is able to survive by pretending to be French.
The Life and Loves of Tschaikovsky or It Was a Lovely Night at the Ball is a 1939 German historical drama film directed by Carl Froelich and starring Zarah Leander, Aribert Wäscher and Hans Stüwe. The film portrays the fictional relationship between the Russian composer Pjotr Iljitsch Tschaikowsky and an aristocratic woman who, unhappily married, falls in love with him and decides to secretly support his work financially. It premiered on 13 August 1939 at the Venice Film Festival.
It Illuminates, My Dear is a 1922 German silent film directed by Paul L. Stein and starring Mady Christians, Hans Heinrich von Twardowski and Olga Belajeff.
A Woman with Style is a 1928 German silent film directed by Fritz Wendhausen and starring Mady Christians, Peter C. Leska and Hans Thimig. It was shot at the Terra Studios in Berlin. The film's sets were designed by the art director Hans Jacoby.
The Empress and I is a 1933 German musical comedy film directed by Friedrich Hollaender and starring Lilian Harvey, Mady Christians and Conrad Veidt. It is also known by the alternative title of The Only Girl. The film was produced as a multi-language version. Moi et l'impératrice a separate French-language version was released as well as The Only Girl in English. The multilingual Harvey played the same role in all three films.
The Only Girl is a 1933 British-German musical film directed by Friedrich Hollaender and starring Lilian Harvey, Charles Boyer, and Mady Christians. It is the English-language version of The Empress and I which also starred Harvey and Christians. It was the last in a series of MLV co-productions between UFA and Gainsborough Pictures. It was released in the United States in 1934 by Fox Film.
Retreat on the Rhine is a 1930 German musical comedy film directed by Jaap Speyer and starring Charlotte Susa, Hans Stüwe, and Hermann Böttcher. It was made as an operetta film which emerged as a popular genre following the arrival of sound film.
Frederica is a 1932 German historical musical drama film directed by Fritz Friedmann-Frederich and starring Mady Christians, Hans-Heinz Bollmann and Veit Harlan. It is based on the 1928 operetta of the same name by Franz Lehar which depicts the love affair between Friederike Brion and the young Goethe.
Three Fathers for Anna is a 1939 German comedy film directed by Carl Boese and starring Ilse Werner, Hans Stüwe and Theodor Danegger.
At the Strasbourg is a 1934 German comedy film directed by Franz Osten and starring Hans Stüwe, Ursula Grabley, and Anna von Palen.
The Irresistible Man is a 1937 German romantic comedy film directed by Géza von Bolváry and starring Anny Ondra, Hans Söhnker, and Trude Hesterberg.
The Master Detective is a 1933 German comedy crime film directed by Franz Seitz and starring Weiß Ferdl, Ery Bos and Hans Stüwe.
You Are Adorable, Rosmarie is a 1934 German romantic comedy film directed by Hans von Wolzogen and starring Herta Worell, Hans Stüwe and Hans Adalbert Schlettow.
Ash Wednesday is a 1931 German drama film directed by Johannes Meyer and starring Karl Ludwig Diehl, Hans Stüwe and Claire Rommer.
Peter Voss, Thief of Millions or The Man Without a Name is a 1921 German silent adventure film directed by Georg Jacoby and starring Harry Liedtke, Paul Otto, and Mady Christians. It was released in six separate parts. A number of such serials were made during the early Weimar Republic, including Joe May's The Mistress of the World.
The Mysterious Mister X is a 1936 German comedy film directed by J.A. Hübler-Kahla and starring Ralph Arthur Roberts, Annemarie Steinsieck and Herti Kirchner.