Artikelnummer 2366
Verfügbarkeit

THE HANS MOSER COLLECTION III

• Familie Schimek (1935) • Geld ins Haus (1945) • Hannerl und ihre Liebhaber (1936) • Karneval der Liebe (1943) • Kleines Bezirksgericht 1938) • Knox und die lustigen Vagabunden (1935) • Man braucht kein Geld (1935)
$63.99

Seven (7) films starring Hans Moser --- or displaying him in a usually underappreciated support role --- at a discounted price for the serious collector:

.

.

FAMILIE SCHIMEK (1935) W. Emo, Hans Moser, Käthe Haack and Hilde Schneider

 Art.No.:          1767 

 Familie Schimek deals with a complex family patchwork. The Schimek parents have both died, leaving three minor children who live in the family joiner workshop together with their aunt, and master Schigl (Hans Moser) who sort-of runs the shop. Hedwig, the oldest, has found work as chorus girl in revue theater, and aunt and Schigl go to see her premiere.  A custodian for the children is proclaimed by the authorities, furniture dealer Kaltenbach. His associate Weigel has watched Hedwig in the theater and wants Kaltenbach to introduce him to her. From there, a complex but often funny plot develops, involving two similar packages, divorce negotiations, a little courtroom drama and even an act in Moabit prison.

DVD-R IS IN GERMAN WITH NO SUBTITLES.

LENGTH OF FEATURE FILM:  79 mins


GELD INS HAUS (1945)          Robert A. Stemmle, Hans Moser, Annie Rosar and Hans Holt

 Art.No.:          1952 

 Leopold Habernal is a simple letter carried with a good heart.  From out of nowhere, he comes upon a load of cash:  a former lover has left him her entire estate!  Habernal wants to keep it all a secret, but at a celebration for his 25th anniversary at work, it all comes out in the open.  From a staid postman, he turns into the most popular guy overnight:  first, his landlady makes the moves on him; then Anni Schober woos him quite openly, whereby the barber Fuhringer, who is horribly in love with Anni, becomes pissed as all Hell at Habernal. 

Leopold Habernal ist ein kleiner Briefträger mit dem Herzen am rechten Fleck. Aus heiterem Himmel kommt er zu Geld: eine ehemalige Geliebte hat ihm ihr Vermögen hinterlassen. Habernal will alles geheim halten, bei einer Feier zu seinem fünfundzwanzigjährigen Berufsjubiläum kommt aber alles an den Tag. Aus dem biederen Briefträger wird über Nacht ein begehrter Mann: zunächst macht ihm seine Hauswirtin Avancen, dann umwirbt ihn Anni Schober unverhohlen, worauf der Friseur Führinger, der unsterblich in Anni verliebt ist, auf seinen alten Freund Habernal böse wird.

THERE IS A NEWSREEL ALONG WITH THE FILM, JUST AS GERMAN AUDIENCES MIGHT HAVE SEEN WHEN THE MOVIE WAS FIRST SHOWN (except this newsreel may not be contemporary to when the film was released).

DVD-R IS IN GERMAN WITH NO SUBTITLES (except for the Newsreel).

LENGTH OF FEATURE FILM:  79 mins

LENGTH OF NEWSREEL:  11 mins


HANNERL UND IHRE LIEBHABER (1936) Werner Hochbaum , Rudolph Hans Bartsch (novel), Paul Knepler, Olly von Flint, Albrecht Schoenhals and Hans Moser

Art.No.:           2212 

Ein Verehrer nach dem anderen kommt in die Wiener Vorstadt, um der reizenden Musikstudentin Hannerl seine Aufwartung zu machen. Ihr Herz gehört aber dem Motorenfabrikanten Van den Born, der sie am liebsten unter einen Glassturz stellen würde wie seine Statuette der Fanny Elßler. Als die Liebe des Industriellen Gegenstand einer werksinternen Intrige wird, versetzt Hochbaum die Viennoiserie mit brütender Melodramatik. Schon vorher gehören zum Wien dieses Films nicht nur Prater und Steffl, Hans Moser und Rudolf Carl, sondern auch hektisch belebte Großunternehmensflure.

 

One admirer after another arrives in Wiener Vorstadt to pay their respects to the attractive music student Hannerl.  But her heart belongs to the carmaker Van den Born, who would prefer to put her under a glass globe like his statue of Fanny Elssler. When this love affair becomes the object of intrigue, the melodrama only steps up a notch.

THERE IS A NEWSREEL ALONG WITH THE FILM, JUST AS GERMAN AUDIENCES MIGHT HAVE SEEN WHEN THE MOVIE WAS FIRST SHOWN (except this newsreel may not be contemporary to when the film was released).

DVD-R IS IN GERMAN WITH NO SUBTITLES (except for the Newsreel).

LENGTH OF FEATURE FILM:  82 mins

LENGTH OF NEWSREEL:  20 mins


KARNEVAL DER LIEBE (1943) Paul Martin Writers: Walter Forster, Peter Groll, and 1 more credit » Stars: Johannes Heesters, Dora Komar and Hans Moser

 Art.No.:          2286 

 Die geschiedenen Stars Marina Garden und Peter Hansen treffen sich als Partner genau an dem Tag wieder, an dem Peter seine neue Freundin Kitty heiraten will. Doch da er seine Ex-Frau noch immer liebt, gelingt es ihm, die Trauung zu verschieben. Marina wiederum täuscht ihm vor, wieder verheiratet zu sein und engagiert für die Rolle des Ehemanns den Zimmerkellner Frank. Der aber ist eigentlich Komponist und hat sich wirklich in sie verliebt

 

The divorced stars Marina Garden and Peter Hansen meet again on the very day that Peter is to marry his new girlfriend, Kitty.  But since he still loves his ex-wife, he succeeds in pushing off the day of the marriage.  Marina, for her part, pretends to already be married and enlists the help of a room waiter, Frank, to play the part of the husband.  Frank, however, is really a composer and is really in love with her.

THERE IS A NEWSREEL ALONG WITH THE FILM, JUST AS GERMAN AUDIENCES MIGHT HAVE SEEN WHEN THE MOVIE WAS FIRST SHOWN (except this newsreel may not be contemporary to when the film was released).

DVD-R IS IN GERMAN WITH NO SUBTITLES (except for the Newsreel).

LENGTH OF FEATURE FILM:  88 mins

LENGTH OF NEWSREEL:  10 mins


KLEINES BEZIRKSGERICHT (1938) Hans Moser, Ida Wüst and Lucie Englisch, Alwin Elling

 Art.No.:          1018 

Set in a realistic Austrian country milieu, the action spins around the neighborly rows, in and out of court, between two widowed business women (Ida Wuest and Lucie Englisch) over prospective husbands and alleged insults, with Hans Moser, a sort of self-appointed legal clerk, as peacemaker.

THERE IS A NEWSREEL PREVIEW BEFORE THE FILM, JUST AS GERMAN AUDIENCES MIGHT HAVE SEEN WHEN THE MOVIE WAS FIRST SHOWN (except this newsreel may not be contemporary to when the film was released).

DVD-R IS IN GERMAN WITH NO SUBTITLES (except for the Newsreel). APPROX. 145 MINS. COMBINED TOTAL.


KNOX UND DIE LUSTIGEN VAGABUNDEN (1935) E.W. Emo Writers: Hanns Leistenschneider (story), Hanns Saßmann Stars: Leo Slezak, Hans Moser and Georgia Holl

Art.No.:           2334 

 Knox owns half of the Circus Saran and acts as a clown there.  He hides his circus life from his daughter and is very embarrassed when his daughter finds out his true profession.  Hans Moser, who plays Knox, performs poorly, because the character he plays is simply not funny. Leo Slezak, who owns the other half of the circus, as well as Pat and Patachon perform better. The only really good thing about this film is its music, composed by Robert Stolz; especially the song "Ein bisschen Sing-Sang und gute Kameradschaft" , which can be heard throughout the movie.

THERE IS A NEWSREEL ALONG WITH THE FILM, JUST AS GERMAN AUDIENCES MIGHT HAVE SEEN WHEN THE MOVIE WAS FIRST SHOWN (except this newsreel may not be contemporary to when the film was released).

DVD-R IS IN GERMAN WITH NO SUBTITLES (except for the Newsreel).

LENGTH OF FEATURE FILM:  76 mins

LENGTH OF NEWSREEL:  19 mins 


MAN BRAUCHT KEIN GELD (1932)  Hedy Lamarr, Heinz Rühmann and Hans Moser

 Art.No.:          997 

Family Brandt has lost its fortune in oil speculation, and they have great debts at the local bank. This one is threatened with its own crash due to lack of money. The only hope is Brandt's uncle Thomas Hoffman, an American millionaire, who is coming for a visit. Bank Accountant Schmidt uses his own money to welcome him properly, presenting himself as Brandt's daughter's fiance, but it turns out, that Hoffmann never was a millionaire, in fact he still owns the city of Chicago about $100 for medical treatment. Yet with his existance alone he starts a big scheme to bring back prosperity. Surprisingly it works, yet there are some problems: FIRST -  Chicago wants the money back, asking at the foreign office in Berlin for help, and SECOND - Hoffmann does not like the scheme at all, and tries to go back to his quiet and peaceful Chicago

Heinz Schmidt ist ein einfacher Bankangestellter im von der Weltwirtschaftskrise geschüttelten Deutschland von 1931. Die Bank des kleinen Städtchens Groditzkirchen steht wie viele Bankunternehmen kurz vor der Pleite. Als der Unternehmer Brandt ebenfalls durch Spekulationen in die Krise gerät, hat Schmidt einen Einfall. Er macht aus dem armen Thomas Hoffmann einen reichen Onkel aus Amerika. Fortan wird Hoffmann von der Obrigkeit hofiert. Über diesen Schwindel kommt Schmidt der hübschen Käthe Brandt näher, die eine Nichte von Hoffmann ist. Als Schmidt auch noch einen Ölboom inszeniert, verlieren die Familie Brandt wie auch alle übrigen vollends den Blick für die Realität. Selbst als der Schwindel auffliegt, verlangen sie von Schmidt, dass er das Spiel weiter aufrechterhält, da Groditzkirchen mittlerweile von überall her Kredite erhält und sich so zu einer boomenden Stadt entwickelt hat.

DVD-R IS IN GERMAN WITH NO SUBTITLES. APPROX. 89 MINS. COMBINED TOTAL.

.

.

IF ORDERED IN PLASTIC CASES, THE ENTIRE COLLECTION COMES IN ONE CASE, WHICH HOLDS MULTIPLE DVDs

APPROXIMATE TOTAL LENGTH:  698 minutes  (almost 12 hours!)