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Die Zirkusprinzessin (1970)



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Cast overview, first billed only:
Ingeborg Hallstein Ingeborg Hallstein ... Fedora
Rudolf Schock ... Mister X
Isy Orén Isy Orén ... Lisa Burgstaller aka Mabel Gibson
Peter Karner Peter Karner ... Toni Schlumberger
Jane Tilden ... Carla, Toni's mother
Ernst Waldbrunn Ernst Waldbrunn ... Pelikan
Harry Hardt ... Baranski, circus manager
Ernst Fritz Fürbringer ... Prinz Sergius
Fritz Korn Fritz Korn ... Adjutant
Peter Frankenfeld Peter Frankenfeld ... Pinelli
Werner Abrolat Werner Abrolat ... Saskusin
Fritz Gruber Fritz Gruber ... Gebrüber Hassan
Hans Lehner Hans Lehner ... Gebrüber Hassan
Toni Huber Toni Huber ... Gebrüber Hassan
Vroni Oll Vroni Oll ... Seiltänzerin


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West Germany | Austria



Release Date:

1 January 1970 (West Germany) See more »

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1.33 : 1
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Nice opportunity to see a rarity
15 January 2013 | by TheLittleSongbirdSee all my reviews

Die Zirkusprinzessin(The Circus Princess) is not one of the greats to me, but it does deserve to be more than a rarity in operetta with its wonderful music making up for its somewhat unusual story. To introduce yourself to this operetta, this is a good place to start. The editing is awkward in places, but the lavish costumes and settings make it more than pleasant on a visual front. Plus there are subtitles, which will please anybody unfamiliar with Die Zirkusprinzessin, and they are easy to follow. The live animals are a joy to behold. The direction, even without the live-performance spontaneity, is full of charm, zest and heart, the final trapeze stunt is very well done. Musically, I have nothing to complain about, the orchestral playing is both lush and stylish, which is perfect for operetta and the tempos are well-judged, never feeling as though they're rushing or dragging. Ingelborg Hallstein is a real charmer as Fedora, while Rudolf Schlock, looking younger actually than his real age(to me that is) is handsome and virile. In conclusion, the operetta is a rarity, but deserves better recognition, and this is a very good place to start as well as being a very nice opera film on the whole. 9/10 Bethany Cox

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