Emperor's Ball

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Emperor's Ball
Kaiseball screenshot.JPG
Directed by Franz Antel
Produced by Franz Hoffmann
Written by Jutta Bornemann
Karl Leiter
Starring Sonja Ziemann
Rudolf Prack
Hannelore Bollmann
Music by Johannes Fehring
Hans Lang
Heinz Musil
Lotar Olias
Cinematography Hans Heinz Theyer
Edited by Arnfried Heyne
Production
company
Neusser-Film
Distributed by Gloria Film
Release dates
10 September 1953
Running time
95 minutes
Country Austria
Language German

Emperor's Ball (German:Kaiserball) is a 1956 Austrian drama film directed by Franz Antel and starring Sonja Ziemann, Rudolf Prack and Hannelore Bollmann. The film is part of a cycle of films set during the old Austro-Hungarian Empire.[1] It was shot in agfacolor with sets designed by Otto Pischinger.

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References[edit]

  1. ^ Kapczynski & Richardson p.122

Bibliography[edit]

  • Jennifer M. Kapczynski & Michael D. Richardson. A New History of German Cinema. Boydell & Brewer, 2014.

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