The English Marriage
The English Marriage (German: Die Englische Heirat) is a 1934 German comedy film directed by Reinhold Schünzel and starring Adele Sandrock, Fritz Odemar and Georg Alexander. A young German woman is engaged to marry a British aristocrat, but has to win over his hostile family. It was based on a novel by Ludwig von Wohl.
- Renate Müller: Gerte Winter
- Adolf Wohlbrück: Warwick Brent
- Adele Sandrock: Lady Mavis
- Georg Alexander: Douglas Mavis, ihr Enkel
- Fritz Odemar: Percival, ihr Sohn
- Hans Richter: Tuck Mavis, ihr jüngster Enkel
- Hilde Hildebrand: Bella Amery
- Etta Klingenberg: Roberta Buckley
- Gertrud Wolle: Lady Buckley
- Julius E. Herrmann: Sir Robert Buckley
- Hugo Werner-Kahle: Digby
- Gertrud de Lalsky: Gertes Mutter
- Anton Pointner
- Ewald Wenck
- Olga Engl
- Meta Jäger
- Else Reval
- Strobl p.128
- Hake, Sabine. Popular cinema of the Third Reich. University of Texas Press, 2001.
- Strobl, Gerwin. The Germanic Isle: Nazi Perceptions of Britain. Cambridge University Press, 2000.
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