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Heidelberger Romanze (1951)

| Romance | 1956 (USA)
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Cast

Complete credited cast:
Liselotte Pulver ... Susanne Edwards
O.W. Fischer ... Hans-Joachim, Prinz von Reiningen
Gardy Granass ... Fannerl Brückner
Gunnar Möller ... William Edwards jr
Hans Leibelt ... William Edwards
Ruth Niehaus ... Gabriele Attendorf
Hans Reiser Hans Reiser ... Erwin Turner
Margarete Haagen Margarete Haagen ... Tante Amalie Brückner
Paul Verhoeven ... Detektiv Schulze
Melanie Horeschowsky Melanie Horeschowsky ... Alte Fannerl
Joachim Brennecke ... Thomas Altendorf
Franz Schafheitlin Franz Schafheitlin ... Hotelbediensteter
Heinz Lausch Heinz Lausch
Walter Sedlmayr Walter Sedlmayr
Guenther Voigt Guenther Voigt
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Storyline

Heidelberg romance.

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Genres:

Romance

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Details

Country:

West Germany

Language:

German

Release Date:

1956 (USA) See more »

Also Known As:

A Cidade do Amor See more »

Company Credits

Production Co:

Meteor-Film GmbH See more »
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Technical Specs

Sound Mix:

Mono

Color:

Color (Agfacolor)

Aspect Ratio:

1.37 : 1
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Soundtracks

Muss i denn zum Städtele hinaus
Old German Folk Song
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Heidelberg Romance
25 January 2007 | by ex_maleSee all my reviews

The Heimat genre during 1950s was popular due because Germany was in ruins and the general public needed an escape. This film provided an easy escape from the everyday life. It features the rural Germany that was unaffected by the war, and does not mention anything about the war. The interactions of the characters do not reflect on their social settings, thus leaving us in a state of confusion. In today's standards were every event requires an explanation, this film definitely do not keep the audience informed. However taken into context that the film was released 6 years after WWII; and that the German people were heavily burdened with guilt and tragedies of war, the film does provide a softer side of Germany. My opinion on this film is that it provides an unrealistic escape very well. If you'd like to experience the rural parts of Germany without a hint of conflict, this is your movie...a typical Heimat genre film.


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