WriterCurt Alexander, Henry Koster Release date28 September 1931 Initial releaseSeptember 28, 1931 (Germany) Music directorWilhelm Grosz, Kurt Schroder ScreenplayHenry Koster, Curt Alexander CastMax Hansen (Max), Jenny Jugo (Ilse), Ernst Behmer, Hedwig Wangel (Zimmervermieterin), Otto Wallburg (Speculator Bruno), Willi Schur (Jacob) Similar moviesThe Robe (1953), Harvey (1950), Monsieur Verdoux (1947), The Story of Ruth (1960), Two Sisters from Boston (1946)
Wer nimmt die liebe ernst who takes love seriously erich engel 1931 en subs
Who Takes Love Seriously? (German:Wer nimmt die Liebe ernst...) is a 1931 German romantic comedy film directed by Erich Engel and starring Max Hansen, Jenny Jugo and Otto Wallburg.
Max Hansen and Willi Schur play two small-time criminals who steal dogs from their owners in the hope that they will get a reward. When the police catches them at their 'work', Hansen flees and gets into the apartment of Jenny Jugo, who takes a liking to the man and pretends that he's her boyfriend. Her landlady isn't amused, and so our heroine loses her rooms and moves in with Hansen. The two of them soon become lovebirds, of course. But when they later go to an entertainment park and Jugo takes part in a beauty contest, trouble arises...
Max Hansen as Max
Jenny Jugo as Ilse
Otto Wallburg as Speculator Bruno
Willi Schur as Jacob
Hedwig Wangel as Zimmervermieterin
Bock, Hans-Michael & Bergfelder, Tim. The Concise CineGraph. Encyclopedia of German Cinema. Berghahn Books, 2009.