|Two in a Car|
|Directed by||Joe May|
|Edited by||Erich Schmidt|
|Distributed by||Deutsche Lichtspiel-Syndikat|
|8 March 1932|
Two in a Car (German: Zwei in einem Auto) is a 1932 German comedy film directed by Joe May and starring Karl Ludwig Diehl, Magda Schneider and Richard Romanowsky.  It was shot at the Joinville Studios of Pathé-Natan in Paris with sets designed by the art directors Heinrich Richter and Hermann Warm. It premiered at the Gloria-Palast in Berlin. A separate French version Companion Wanted was also released. In 1940 the film was remade at the Cinecitta studios in Rome as Two on a Vacation .
The Squeaker is a 1931 German crime film directed by Martin Frič and Karel Lamač and starring Lissy Arna, Karl Ludwig Diehl and Fritz Rasp. It is an adaptation of the 1927 Edgar Wallace novel The Squeaker. This adaptation introduced the mix of suspense and comedy that would come to define numerous German Wallace adaptations over the following decades. Lamač followed it up with another Wallace film The Ringer in 1932. The film's sets were designed by the art director Heinz Fenchel. It was shot at the Halensee Studios in Berlin and on location in Prague.
A Student's Song of Heidelberg is a 1930 German musical film directed by Karl Hartl and starring Hans Brausewetter, Betty Bird and Willi Forst. It marked Hartl's directoral debut. The film is in the tradition of the nostalgic Old Heidelberg.
A Shot at Dawn is a 1932 German crime film directed by Alfred Zeisler and starring Ery Bos, Genia Nikolaieva and Karl Ludwig Diehl. It was based on the play The Woman and the Emerald by Harry Jenkins and recounts a jewel theft. It was shot at the Babelsberg Studios with sets designed by the art directors Willi Herrmann and Herbert O. Phillips. A separate French-language version Coup de feu à l'aube was also produced.
Victoria in Dover is a 1954 Austrian historical romantic comedy film directed by Ernst Marischka and starring Romy Schneider, Adrian Hoven and Magda Schneider. It is a remake of the 1936 Erich Engel film Victoria in Dover, which was based on a 1932 play by Sil-Vara. Romy Schneider's performance as a spirited young royal was a lead-in to her best known role in Sissi and its sequels, although Marischka had originally intended to cast Sonja Ziemann as Victoria.
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Iron Gustav is a 1958 West German comedy film directed by George Hurdalek and starring Heinz Rühmann, Lucie Mannheim and Karin Baal. It is based on the real story of cab driver Gustav Hartmann who drove his droshky from Berlin to Paris. The story was later made into a television series of the same title in the 1970s.
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Tales from the Vienna Woods is a 1934 Austrian musical film directed by Georg Jacoby and starring Magda Schneider, Wolf Albach-Retty and Leo Slezak. The title refers to the waltz Tales from the Vienna Woods by Johann Strauss.
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Miss Liselott is a 1934 German comedy film directed by Johannes Guter and starring Magda Schneider, Albert Lieven, and Maria Sazarina. The former silent director Franz Hofer worked as assistant director on the film.
Secrets of the City is a 1955 West German drama film directed by Fritz Kortner and starring Annemarie Düringer, Erich Schellow and Walther Süssenguth.
Salzburg Stories is a 1957 West German romantic comedy film directed by Kurt Hoffmann and starring Marianne Koch, Paul Hubschmid and Peter Mosbacher.
The Emperor's Candlesticks is a 1936 Austrian historical adventure film directed by Karl Hartl and starring Sybille Schmitz, Karl Ludwig Diehl and Friedl Czepa. It is an adaptation of the 1899 novel The Emperor's Candlesticks by Baroness Orczy. A Hollywood film version of the story The Emperor's Candlesticks was released the following year.
The Valley of Love is a 1935 German comedy film directed by Hans Steinhoff and starring Käthe Gold, Richard Romanowsky and Marieluise Claudius. It was shot at the Johannisthal Studios of Tobis Film in Berlin. The film's sets were designed by the art director Franz Schroedter. It is based on the 1902 farce Das Tal des Lebens by Max Dreyer. It was given a fresh release in 1950 by Deutsche London Film.
The Schimeck Family is a 1935 German comedy film directed by E.W. Emo and starring Hans Moser, Käthe Haack and Hilde Schneider. It was shot at Johannisthal Studios in Berlin. The film's sets were designed by the art directors Karl Böhm and Heinrich Richter. It is based on the play The Schimek Family by Gustaf Kadelburg, previously adapted into a 1926 silent film and later into a 1957 Austrian film.