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Die Zirkusprinzessin (1970)

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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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For completists only
2 May 2014 | by jwkenneSee all my reviews

Limbo sets, cheap costumes, Kálmán's brilliant orchestrations replaced by arrangements suggestive of Las Vegas in the 60s (or, occasionally, the Benny Hill Show), and excruciatingly bad sound, with dialog scenes that seem to have no room tone at all (I half suspect the whole thing was shot MOS and then looped—or dubbed—in a dead room), contrasted with musical numbers that all seem to have been taped in a hockey arena with the microphones ten feet away from the singers.

I might add that Mister X's world-famous circus routine is mostly a perfectly ordinary trapeze act, but with a grand finalé that is physically impossible.

At least the ingénue is cute.

If you don't mind it being completely in Russian, the 1982 version is far superior—if you can find it.


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Country:

West Germany | Austria

Language:

German

Release Date:

1 January 1970 (West Germany) See more »

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Mono

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1.33 : 1
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