Two Hearts in Waltz Time Trailer

Two Hearts in Waltz Time Trailer (1930)

12 March 1930 Music 96 mins

Nicki and Vicki, two librettists who also happen to be brothers, are presently in collaboration with composer Toni. All too aware of Toni's amorous escapades, Nicki and Vicki try to keep the existence of their pretty sister Hedi a secret. Suffering from an acute case of writers' block (he has yet to find an inspiration for his next production), Toni throws a huge party, which is boycotted by his friends and associates so that he'll keep his mind on his work.

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Cast

Walter Janssen

as Toni Hofer - ein Operettenkomponist

Oskar Karlweis

as Nicky Mahler - Librettist

Irene Eisinger

as Anni Lohmeier

S.Z. Sakall

as Der Theaterdirektor

Karl Etlinger

as Der Kassierer Schlesinger

Paul Hörbiger

as Ferdinand - ein Kutscher

Tibor Halmay

as Der Komiker

August Vockau

as Weigl - Faktotum bei Hofer

Gert Bloem

as Franz Schubert

Crew

Robert Stolz

Original Music Composer

Willy Goldberger

Willy Goldberger Director of Photography

Max Brink

Max Brink Director of Photography

International Releases Dates

Bulgaria 15 September 1930

Germany 12 March 1930

Denmark 23 March 1930

Spain 05 November 1931

Finland 19 April 1930

Portugal 22 January 1932

Sweden 17 October 1930

United States 11 October 1930

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