The White Horse Inn (1960 film)

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The White Horse Inn
Directed by Werner Jacobs
Produced by Herbert Gruber (producer)
Günther Stapenhorst (producer)
Walter Tjaden (executive producer)
Rudolf Wischert (executive producer)
Written by Helmuth M. Backhaus
Janne Furch
Hans Müller-Einigen (libretto)
Erik Charell (libretto)
Ralph Benatzky (libretto)
Oscar Blumenthal (play)
Gustav Kadelburg (play)
Starring Peter Alexander
Music by Heinz Gietz
Cinematography Heinz Schnackertz
Edited by Arnfried Heyne
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Running time
103 minutes
Country Austria
West Germany
Language German

The White Horse Inn (originally Im weißen Rößl) is a 1960 Austrian / West German musical film directed by Werner Jacobs and starring Peter Alexander, Waltraut Haas and Adrian Hoven. It is based on the operetta Im weißen Rößl.[1]

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