The Enchanted Day (German: Der verzauberte Tag) is a 1944 German romantic drama film directed by Peter Pewas and starring Winnie Markus, Hans Stüwe and Ernst Waldow. It explores the romantic ambitions of two women who work at a kiosk in a railway station.
|The Enchanted Day|
|Directed by||Peter Pewas|
|Produced by||Viktor von Struwe|
|Edited by||Ira Oberberg|
|Music by||Wolfgang Zeller|
|Distributed by||Deutsche Filmvertriebs|
The film's release was considerably delayed by Joseph Goebbels' Propaganda ministry after an initial screening in 1944 led to numerous objections. Attempts to improve it meant it was not released before the end of the Second World War. It finally premiered in Sweden in 1947 before going on general release in West Germany in 1951.