What Women Dream

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What Women Dream
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Directed by Géza von Bolváry
Written by
Produced by Julius Haimann
Cinematography Willy Goldberger
Edited by Käthe Kopitzke
Music by Robert Stolz
Distributed by Bavaria Film
Release date
  • 4 April 1933 (1933-04-04)
Running time
90 minutes
Language German

What Women Dream (German : Was Frauen träumen) is a 1933 German comedy crime film directed by Géza von Bolváry and starring Nora Gregor, Gustav Fröhlich, and Otto Wallburg. [1] In 1934 it was remade as an American film One Exciting Adventure . The film's sets were designed by the art directors Emil Hasler and Willy Schiller.



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  1. Youngkin, pp. 465–466.