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Das Dreimäderlhaus (1958)

The young composer Franz Schubert tries to gain a foothold in Vienna.

Director:

Ernst Marischka
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Cast overview, first billed only:
Karlheinz Böhm ... Franz Schubert
Rudolf Schock ... Franz von Schober
Magda Schneider ... Frau Tschöll
Gustav Knuth ... Christian Tschöll
Johanna Matz ... Hannerl
Richard Romanowsky ... Diabelli
Erich Kunz Erich Kunz ... Johann Mayrhofer
Helga Neuner Helga Neuner ... Heiderl
Gerda Siegl Gerda Siegl ... Hederl
Eberhard Wächter Eberhard Wächter ... J.M. Vogl - Hofopernsänger
Helmuth Lohner ... Moritz von Schwind (as Helmut Lohner)
Albert Rueprecht ... Leopold Kupelwieser
Lotte Lang Lotte Lang ... Kathi
Else Rambausek Else Rambausek ... Mrs. Prametzberger
Edith Elmay ... Franzi Seidl
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The young composer Franz Schubert tries to gain a foothold in Vienna.

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Version of April Blossoms (1934) See more »

Soundtracks

Was Schön'res könnt's sein als ein Wiener Lied
(Lied aus Wien)
Music by Franz Schubert
Lyrics by Heinz Reichert and A.M. Willner
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Schubert at ease with all of his friends and his best music
16 October 2015 | by clanciaiSee all my reviews

This is a very enjoyable film for its charm and idyllic musicality with much of the best music of Schubert - the only other music in the film is by Beethoven, who appears in a few scenes with very impressing pathos, like a continuance of the great Beethoven film of 1949 with Ewald Balser, who here completes the picture of the Beethoven tragedy with poignant acuteness. Karlheinz Böhm plays Schubert with convincing sympathy and communicates a very truthful image of the young composer's amiable personality. The story is of a promising love affair that unfortunately reached an unintentional end and is a typical operetta intrigue - "The House of Three Girls" was a successful operetta based entirely on Schubert's music, but the film goes deeper into characterization and feeling - it's actually a very sensitive film with music playing the lead exquisitely illustrating the moods of the Schubert circle with their parties - you recognize much of it from the equally heart-warming Mozart film three years earlier with Oskar Werner as the ultimate Mozart. The film focuses on the bright sides of Schubert's life and omits the rest, which adds to the charm without going superficial - after all, the unequalled melodious music of Schubert is anything but superficial in its perfect musical purity. This is not only a film for lovers of music and Schubert but for anyone who just want to have a moment of delightful company and entertainment in a perfectly harmonious environment.


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Country:

West Germany | Austria

Language:

German

Release Date:

18 December 1958 (West Germany) See more »

Also Known As:

The House of the Three Girls See more »

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Aspa Films, Erina See more »
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Technical Specs

Sound Mix:

Mono (Perfectone Klangfilm)

Color:

Color (Agfacolor)

Aspect Ratio:

1.37 : 1
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