Three Girls for Schubert

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Three Girls for Schubert
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Directed by E. W. Emo
Produced by
Written by
Starring
Music by Alois Melichar
Cinematography Eduard Hoesch
Edited by René Métain
Production
company
Distributed byNeue Deutsch Lichtspiel-Syndikat
Release date
  • 4 August 1936 (1936-08-04)
Running time
93 minutes
CountryGermany
Language German

Three Girls for Schubert (German : Drei Mäderl um Schubert) is a 1936 German historical romance film directed by E. W. Emo and starring Paul Hörbiger, Gretl Theimer, and Maria Andergast. [1]

Contents

The film's sets were designed by the art directors Fritz Maurischat and Karl Weber. Location filming took place in Vienna and the Vienna Woods outside the city.

Cast

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References

  1. Everett, p. 110.

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