Wo Die Lerche Singt
(Where The Lark Sings)
In this musical comedy inspired by the Franz Lehár operetta of the same name, a Hungarian baroness uses her family estate as a service and lodging area for motorists and falls in love with one of her customers. This film was made in the Hunnia Studios in Budapest, Hungary. Directed by Carl Lamac; music by Franz Lehár, Franz Grothe, and Paul Hühn; featuring Marta Eggerth, Hans Söhnker, and Lucie Englisch. Germany, 1936, B&W, 92 minutes, German dialogue, limited Hungarian subtitles.
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