Palace Hotel (film)
|Written by||William Michael Treichlinger|
|Produced by||Oscar Düby|
|Edited by||Hermann Haller|
|Music by||Walter Baumgartner|
|14 April 1952|
Palace Hotel (German: Palast Hotel) is a 1952 Swiss-West German drama film directed by Emil Berna and Leonard Steckel and starring Paul Hubschmid, Käthe Gold and Anne-Marie Blanc. It was made at the Bellerive Studios in Zurich. The film's sets were designed by the art director Jean d'Eaubonne.
- Paul Hubschmid as Fredy
- Käthe Gold as Emilie, Zimmermädchen
- Anne-Marie Blanc as Inhaberin des Hotels
- Claude Farell as Madame Perrat
- Liliana Tellini as Speranza, Zimmermädchen
- Gustav Knuth as Loosli, Kellermeister
- Emil Hegetschweiler as Staub, Zimmerkellner
- Zarli Carigiet as Giachem, Konditor
- Max Haufler as Hunziker, Oberheizer
- Alfred Rasser as Leblanc, Küchenchef
- Otto Zehnder as Walter, Emilies Sohn
- Margrit Rainer as Hilde Staub, Telefonistin
- Helen Vita as Fräulein Lüthi, Telefonistin
- Walburga Gmür as Frau Muffler, Putzfrau
- Sigfrit Steiner as Gloor, Buchhalter
- Lys Assia as Schlager-Sängerin
- Heinz Woester as Konsul Rainer
- Lukas Ammann as Dr. Suvalà
- Else Bötticher as Frau Rainer
- Schaggi Streuli as Buol, Präsident eines Sportvereins
- Walo Lüönd as Hotelpage
- ^ Bock & Bergfelder p.252
- Hans-Michael Bock and Tim Bergfelder. The Concise Cinegraph: An Encyclopedia of German Cinema. Berghahn Books, 2009.
- Palace Hotel at IMDb
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