|Through the Forests and Through the Trees|
|Directed by||G. W. Pabst|
|Produced by||Herbert O. Horn|
|Edited by||Herbert Taschner|
|Distributed by||Neue Filmverleih|
Through the Forests and Through the Trees (German : Durch die Wälder, durch die Auen ) is a 1956 West German historical comedy film directed by G. W. Pabst and starring Eva Bartok, Peter Arens, and Joe Stöckel. It was Pabst's final film. The film's sets were designed by the art director Ludwig Reiber. It was shot at the Bavaria Studios in Munich and on location in Venice and Zwiesel. It was made in Eastmancolor.
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The Young Baron Neuhaus is a 1934 German historical film directed by Gustav Ucicky and starring Viktor de Kowa, Käthe von Nagy and Christl Mardayn.
The Laughing Husband is a 1926 German silent film directed by Rudolf Walther-Fein and Rudolf Dworsky and starring Livio Pavanelli, Elisabeth Pinajeff and Hans Albers. It is based on the operetta of the same name by Edmund Eysler.
Men Before Marriage is a 1927 German silent film directed by Constantin J. David and starring Nina Vanna, Kurt Vespermann and Julius Falkenstein.
The Monastery's Hunter is a 1953 West German historical drama film directed by Harald Reinl and starring Erich Auer, Marianne Koch and Paul Hartmann. It is based on the 1892 novel of the same title by Ludwig Ganghofer which had previously been made into a 1920 silent film and a 1935 sound film.
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Stage Fright or Lamp Fever is a 1960 West German drama film directed by Kurt Hoffmann and starring Dunja Movar, Bernhard Wicki and Antje Weisgerber.
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