The Fisherman from Heiligensee
|The Fisherman from Heiligensee|
|Directed by||Hans H. König|
|Written by||Johannes Kai|
|Edited by||Gertrud Hinz-Nischwitz|
|Music by||Werner Bochmann|
|16 September 1955|
The Fisherman from Heiligensee (German: Der Fischer vom Heiligensee) is a 1955 West German romantic comedy film directed by Hans H. König and starring Edith Mill, Lil Dagover and Albert Lieven. It was part of the post-war boom in heimatfilm in Germany.
The film's sets were designed by the art director Max Seefelder. The film was shot on location in Austria and Bavaria and at the Bavaria Studios in Munich. It was made using Agfacolor.
- Edith Mill as Baronesse Sabine von Velden
- Lil Dagover as Baronin Hermine von Velden
- Albert Lieven as Wolfgang von Döring
- Helmuth Schneider as Stefan Staudacher
- Anneliese Kaplan as Bärbel Altenburg
- Heinrich Gretler as Fischer-Bartl
- Beppo Brem as Beppo, Kutscher
- Siegfried Lowitz as Gilchert
- Anni Golz as Magd
- Ernst Firnholzer as Prokurist der Baufirma
- Ingeborg Christiansen as Dienstmädchen auf Gut Velden
- Michael Rabanus as Graphologe
- Liselotte Berker as Sekretärin der Baufirma
- Gardy Artinger as Kellnerin
- Petra Unkel
- Franz Fröhlich
- Alex Weber
- Uli Steigberg
- Georg Bauer
- Von Moltke, Johannes. No Place Like Home: Locations Of Heimat In German Cinema. University of California Press, 2005.
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