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I Lost My Heart in Heidelberg (1926 film)

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Country  Germany
Director  Arthur Bergen
Language  Silent German intertitles
Release date  13 July 1926

I Lost My Heart in Heidelberg (German: Ich hab mein Herz in Heidelberg verloren) is a 1926 German silent film directed by Arthur Bergen and starring Emil Höfer, Gertrud de Lalsky and Werner Fuetterer. The title alludes to the popular 1925 song I Lost My Heart in Heidelberg composed by Fred Raymond with lyrics by Fritz Löhner-Beda and Ernst Neubach. The film taps into the nostalgic reputation of Old Heidelberg.

Cast

  • Emil Höfer as Pastor Schönhoff
  • Gertrud de Lalsky as Sophie, seine Frau
  • Werner Fuetterer as Rudolf - sein Sohn
  • Mary Parker as Charlotte, seine Tochter
  • Sylvester Bauriedl as Fritz Merkelbach - Cand.med. Erstchargierter
  • Harry Halm as Alex Winkler, Fuchsmajor
  • Karl Platen as Georg Schröder - Corpsdiener
  • Dorothea Wieck as Klärchen - seine Tochter
  • Viktor Gehring as Ingenieur Frank
  • Carla Färber as Trude - Klärchens Freundin
  • I.W. Lautsch as Bornschläger
  • Maria Meyerhofer as seine Frau
  • Josef Eichheim as Schneidermeister Stenglein
  • Else Kündinger as seine Frau
  • Frau Heuberger-Schönemann as Frau Klinger
  • Georg Irmer as Fritz merkelbach
  • References

    I Lost My Heart in Heidelberg (1926 film) Wikipedia
    I Lost My Heart in Heidelberg (1926 film) IMDb


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