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The Emperor Waltz (1948)

The Emperor Waltz
5.4 Rating
(14 ratings)
6.1 IMDB rating
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Bing Crosby Bing Crosby
Virgil Smith
Joan Fontaine Joan Fontaine
Johanna Augusta Franziska
Roland Culver Roland Culver
Baron Holenia
Lucile Watson Lucile Watson
Princess Bitotska
Richard Haydn Richard Haydn
Emperor Franz-Josef
Harold Vermilyea Harold Vermilyea
Chamberlain
Sig Ruman Sig Ruman
Dr. Zwieback
Julia Dean Julia Dean
Archduchess Stephanie


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Charles Brackett Charles Brackett
written by
Billy Wilder Billy Wilder
written by


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1 year ago at Sep 25 13:26
Excellent. Not a minor Wilder. He makes a statement on monarchy and class division against singing american brute pragmatism, using wisely the clises. Fontaine is better than ever. More than austruhungarian monarchy, the satire goes to freudian psycoanalisis applied to dogs!
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Release date: 2 July 1948
Tags: Musical (3), Romance (2), Comedy (2), 1948 (2), Talkies (1), Colour (1), Tennis (1)
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fernando posted a review 1 year ago

“Excellent. Not a minor Wilder. He makes a statement on monarchy and class division against singing american brute pragmatism, using wisely the clises. Fontaine is better than ever. More than austruhungarian monarchy, the satire goes to freudian psycoanalisis applied to dogs!” read more

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