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The Black Forest Girl (1950)

Schwarzwaldmädel (original title)
Der Maler Hans ist mit dem begehrten Revuestar Malwine befreundet.

Director:

Hans Deppe

Writers:

Bobby E. Lüthge, August Neidhart (operetta)
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Cast

Cast overview, first billed only:
Paul Hörbiger ... Domkapellmeister
Sonja Ziemann ... Bärbele Riederle
Rudolf Prack ... Hans Hauser - ein Maler
Gretl Schörg Gretl Schörg ... Malwine Heinau - ein Revuestar
Walter Müller Walter Müller ... Richard Petersen
Lucie Englisch ... Lorle
Fritz Kampers ... Jürgen - Wirt vom 'Blauen Ochsen'
Ernst Waldow Ernst Waldow ... Fritz Bussmann, Juwelier
Hans Richter ... Theo Patzke
Kurt Seifert Kurt Seifert
Kurt Zehe Kurt Zehe ... Gottlieb, Knecht
Trude Wilke-Roßwog Trude Wilke-Roßwog ... Traudel Riederle
Kurt Pratsch-Kaufmann Kurt Pratsch-Kaufmann ... Staubig, Buchhalter
Franz-Otto Krüger Franz-Otto Krüger ... Conférencier
Kurt Schöpp Kurt Schöpp ... Dompropst
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Storyline

Der Maler Hans ist mit dem begehrten Revuestar Malwine befreundet.

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Genres:

Romance | Drama

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Details

Country:

West Germany

Language:

German

Release Date:

7 September 1950 (West Germany) See more »

Also Known As:

A Rapariga da Floresta Negra See more »

Company Credits

Production Co:

Berolina See more »
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Technical Specs

Sound Mix:

Mono

Color:

Color

Aspect Ratio:

1.37 : 1
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Referenced in German Grusel - Die Edgar Wallace-Serie (2011) See more »

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Sweet,sweeter,the sweetest
22 April 2001 | by Basti HSee all my reviews

This was the first "Heimatfilm" ever to be produced..."Grün ist die Heide" and many,many others followed,and they were more than just popular in the 50ies in Germany:It was the time short after World War II,and everyone just wanted to forget what happened - and so they didn't like movies that showed real problems of the world,but they loved "Heimatfilme",for they were pure "Kitsch" and showed a sweet,idyllic world far from reality...a simple love story around a pretty young man and a pretty young woman,either some comic or melodramatic elements,and beautiful shootings of the nature,undestroyed and wonderful-that's the ingredients for a good Heimatfilm,and that receipe always worked! Sonja Ziemann and Rudolf Prack (although he was more than 20 years older than her) were the dream-pair of the German Heimatfilm since this movie.She plays a girl from the black forest,who falls in love with a painter,and after some entanglement they find together at a national festival where everybody is happy,sings songs and wears historical black forest costumes. Today,Heimatfilme are just scorned. But it wasn't that bad at all...you have to accept your movie-past.Those movies were simple,but they spoke to the hearts of the people:the producers knew what the people wanted! It is also a part of movie history,and also a part of culture: That were the 50ies!!!


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