Vienna 1910

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Vienna 1910
Directed by E. W. Emo
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Release date
1943
Country Germany
Language German
Budget2,497,000 ℛℳ (equivalent to €10,203,250in 2021)

Vienna 1910 (German : Wien 1910) is a 1943 German biographical film directed by Emerich Walter Emo and starring Rudolf Forster, Heinrich George, and Lil Dagover. It is based on the life of Mayor of Vienna Karl Lueger. Its antisemitic content led to it being banned by the Allied Occupation forces following the Second World War.

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