Kaiserball Trailer

Kaiserball Trailer (1956)

19 October 1956 Comedy, Music, Romance 95 mins

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Cast

Sonja Ziemann

as Franzi

Rudolf Prack

as Reichsgraf Georg von Hohenegg

Hannelore Bollmann

as Prinzessin Christine

Maria Andergast

as Fürstin zu Schenckenberg

Jane Tilden

as Gräfin Reichenbach

Bully Buhlan

as Graf Baranyi

Hans Olden

as Erzherzog Benedikt

Hans Moser

as Portier Rienössl

Paul Löwinger

as Portier Bichler

Ilse Peternell

as Direktrice

Rolf Olsen

as Richard Müller

C.W. Fernbach

as Offizier

Raoul Retzer

as Kriminalkommissär

Crew

Franz Antel

Director

International Titles

Kejserbal Trailer

A császárbál Trailer

International Releases Dates

Germany 19 October 1956

Denmark 18 September 1957

Production Companies

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