Falstaff in Vienna

Falstaff in Vienna
Directed by Leopold Hainisch
Produced by Heinz Hille
Written by Robert Hohlbaum (novella)
Max Wallner
Kurt Feltz
Starring Hans Nielsen
Gusti Wolf
Paul Hörbiger
Music by Alois Melichar
Cinematography Bruno Mondi
Edited by Johanna Rosinski
Distributed by Tobis Film
Release dates
26 September 1940
Running time
92 minutes
Country Germany
Language German

Falstaff in Vienna (German:Falstaff in Wien) is a 1940 German musical comedy film directed by Leopold Hainisch and starring Hans Nielsen, Gusti Wolf and Paul Hörbiger.[1] It portrays the life of the nineteenth century composer Otto Nicolai, known for works such as The Merry Wives of Windsor.


In alphabetical order


  1. Fawkes p. 110


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