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Directed by Werner Jacobs
Produced by Herbert Gruber
Written by Janne Furch
Starring Cornelia Froboess
Rudolf Prack
Waltraut Haas
Music by Johannes Fehring
Hans Lang
Cinematography Elio Carniel
Edited by Arnfried Heyne
Distributed by Constantin Film
Release date
25 August 1961
Running time
85 minutes
Country Austria
Language German

Mariandl is a 1961 Austrian drama film directed by Werner Jacobs and starring Cornelia Froboess, Rudolf Prack and Waltraut Haas.[1] It was followed by a sequel Mariandl's Homecoming in 1962. A girl living in a hotel aspires to a musical scholarship.

The film's sets were designed by the art directors Fritz Jüptner-Jonstorff and Alexander Sawczynski.

Song: "Mariandl"[edit]

Part of the film soundtrack is the single "Mariandl" which was composed by Hans Lang. The song has since been translated into an English version which was sung by Petula Clark and Jimmy Young.[2]



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