The Bartered Bride (1932 film)

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The Bartered Bride
The Bartered Bride.jpg
Directed by Max Ophüls
Produced by Hermann Rosenfeld (producer)
Ludwig Scheer (producer)
Written by Curt Alexander (writer)
Max Ophüls (writer)
Karel Sabina (libretto)
Starring See below
Cinematography Franz Koch
Reimar Kuntze
Edited by Paul May
Release dates
  • 18 August 1932 (1932-08-18)
Running time
77 minutes
Country Weimar Republic
Language German

The Bartered Bride (German: Die verkaufte Braut) is a 1932 German film directed by Max Ophüls and based on the comic opera of the same name by Czech composer Bedřich Smetana.

Plot[edit]

The Bartered Bride is the comic misadventure of two mismatched couples.

Cast[edit]

  • Jarmila Novotná as Marie
  • Willy Domgraf-Fassbaender as Hans
  • Karl Valentin as Rudolph Brummer
  • Liesl Karlstadt as Katinka Brummer
  • Paul Kemp as Wenzel
  • Annemarie Sörensen as Esmeralda Brummer, their daughter
  • Max Schreck as Muff, ein Komödiant
  • Hans Appel
  • Ernst Ziegler
  • Max Nadler as Burgermeister
  • Hermann Kner as Micha
  • Maria Janowska as Micha's Wife, Agnes
  • Karl Riedel as First policeman
  • Georg Holl as Second policeman
  • Richard Ryen
  • Lothar Körner
  • Lotte Deyers
  • Mary Weiß
  • Trude Haefelin
  • Dominik Löscher
  • Kurt Horwitz as Singer
  • Therese Giehse as Photo Concession Barker
  • Eduard Mathes-Roeckel
  • Max Duffek
  • Beppo Brem as Bauernpursch

Soundtrack[edit]

  • "Overture"
  • Otto Wernicke, Paul Kemp, Max Nadler and Maria Janowska - "Alles ist so gut wie richtig"
  • "Das ist treue Liebe"
  • Jarmila Novotná and Willy Domgraf-Fassbaender - "Fliesse, Wasser, Fliesse
  • chorus - "Bohemian Folk Dance"
  • Jarmila Novotná - "Jungfrau Maria"
  • Jarmila Novotná and Willy Domgraf-Fassbaender - "Heut Bin Ich Dein, Jetzt Bist Du Mein"
  • Jarmila Novotná - "Wenn Du gehts, Ich Will nicht Klagen"
  • Otto Wernike and Willy Domgraf-Fassbaender - "Ohne Dukaten bist Du verraten"
  • Otto Wernicke, chorus and Jarmila Novotná - "Ruhe, Ruhe nur Geduld"
  • chorus - "Er verkaufte seine Braut"
  • Annemarie Sörensen - "Alles geht am Schuerchen"
  • "Prodaná nevesta" (Written by Bedřich Smetana)

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