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|Directed by||Victor Janson|
|Written by||Walter Reisch|
Danube Waltz (German: Donauwalzer) is a 1930 German silent film directed by Victor Janson and starring Harry Liedtke, Harry Hardt, and Adele Sandrock. It was part of a group of nostalgic screenplays by Walter Reisch set in his native Austria.
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