Willy Fritsch and Dita Parlo.
Photograph: Silent Era image collection.
Also known as Ungarische Rhapsodie in Austria; Ouggriki rapsodia in Greece; Rapsodia ungherese in Italy; Macar rapsodisi in Turkey; Hungarian Rhapsody in the USA
B&W : Feature film
Directed by Hanns Schwarz
Cast: Willy Fritsch [Leutnant Graf von Turoczy], Dita Parlo [Marika Doczy], Lil Dagover [Camilla Sedlacek], Fritz Greiner [Gutverwalter Doczy, Marikas vater], Gizella Bathory [Frau Doczy], Erich Kaiser-Titz [Generalfeldmarschall-Leutnant Sedlacek], Leopold Kramer [Graf Koppany], Andor Heltai [Zigeunerprimas], Harry Hardt [Oberleutnant Barany], Osvaldo Valenti [Fähnrich], Paul Hörbiger [Kellner], Max Wogritsch [Bischof]
Universum-Film Aktiengesellschaft [UFA] production, distributed by Universum-Film Aktiengesellschaft [UFA]. / Produced by Erich Pommer. Screenplay by Joe May and Hans Székely. Unit manager, Robert Wuellner. Production assistant, Max Pfeiffer. Set design by Erich Kettelhut. Set dresser, Geza Farago. Cinematography by Carl Hoffmann. Edited by Erich Schmidt. Music score by Willy Schmidt-Gentner. / Released [?] 5 November? 1928. / Standard 35mm spherical 1.33:1 format. / The film was released in Finland on 1 April 1929. The film was released in the USA as Hungarian Rhapsody by Paramount Famous Lasky Corporation on 3 August 1929. The film was released in Turkey as Macar rapsodisi in 1929. The film was released in Japan on 6 March 1930. The film was rereleased in Germany in a synchronized sound version in May 1930. / Silent film.
Survival status: Print exists.
Current rights holder: Friedrich-Wilhelm-Murnau-Stiftung.
Listing updated: 28 September 2013.
References: Website-Filmportal; Website-IMDb.
Home video: DVD.