Das ausgefüllte Leben des Alexander Dubronski
Mutter Courage und ihre Kinder - Eine Chronik aus dem Dreißigjährigen Krieg
On the green field
Love-Hotel in Tirol
Wenn eine Wienerin Walzer tanzt
Series of made for TV sketches directed by Franz Antel.
Das Tor zum Frieden
Asche des Sieges
TV-Movie directed by Franz Antel.
In der Sackgasse
Vienna, 1947. Bockerer and his wife Binerl have survived the war, though his butcher's shop was destroyed by bombs. Karl Bockerer opens up a new establishment in the center of the city. Post-war Vienna is divided into four zones in which the Allies run things and ensure that law and order prevails. This is the story of two lovers: Gustl, just returned form a POW camp, and the Russian interpreter Elena. Bockerer becomes the patron of their love. Elena's father was executed by Stalin, and the only way she can escape a similar fate is to marry an Austrian. Bockerer "buys" a husband for Elena and, full of tricks as ever, he succeeds in pulling the wool over the Russian occupier's eyes.
Liebe, Jazz und Übermut
Die Träume von Schale und Kern
Was kam denn da ins Haus?
Edited from the first two episodes of the Austrian TV-show "Almenrausch und Pulverschnee".
Three short episodes directed by Gedeon Kovacs.
Marlene Roedern is a student at the Salzburg Mozarteum, as is her boyfriend, Hans Hellmer, a promising conductor. Strothoff, a government cultural representative, engages Hans to conduct at Hamburg. While in Salzburg, Strothoff meets Marlene, who works as a tourist guide in order to pay her tuition fees. He hires her for an all-night tour of the city. She becomes infatuated with him and he with her. Hans is not happy about this.
Das Lied von Kaprun
A politically naive Viennese butcher (Bockerer) manages to survive the Nazi occupation of Austria and the second world war.
Wie kommt das Salz ins Meer
Der große Karpfen Ferdinand
An Austrian comedy about a mayor who gets headwind from all sides. The very strict mayor (Karl Skraup) not only rejects the marriage of his son with a Viennese woman, but he also denies 40 kids their intended holiday--paid for by the provincial government--because they are illegitimate children. The entanglements only get bigger when two reporters start writing about it. When the local nurse (Maria Andergast) pretends to be the mayor's illegitimate daughter, his resistance is finally overcome.
Fanny Hobichler, a young promising actress, moves to Vienna in the 1920s in order to pursue her big break. She draws inspiration and seeks help from the popular stage actor Albert Kortz who once started out from the same provincial town as she did and was a close friend of her late father. Kortz, however, dreams of retiring as he is tired of his fame and having to deal with the short-tempered theatre director Jason. Together, they try to outwit Jason.
Paul is a playboy: a former girlfriend asks him to marry Zosia ,a Polish girl ,opponent of the regime of her country (it's 1981,December would see the state of siege in Poland and the arrest of many opponents) Paul hesitates but they told him so: it will be an unconsummated marriage and they will divorce shortly after.Against all odds,Paul ,who is a happy-go-lucky guy,who does not care about politics,flies to Warsaw :Zosia is a gorgeous blonde, and during their honeymoon, he falls in love with her.But it's not that easy ;back in Paris, Zosia is still a political activist whose friends look upon Paul as an intruder.
Der Mann, der sich Abel nannte
A TV movie explaining the origins of the famed police dog, Kommissar Rex. Prequel to the long-running Austrian/German TV series.
Lawyer Fröhlich has specialised in divorce cases and has become a star in this field. Along the way, he also divorced his own marriage. But his daughter and former wife are an integral part of his life, as is his marriage-mad father.
After his handler is killed, police dog Rex teams up with recently-divorced inspector Richard Moser to investigate crimes and solve mysteries on the streets of Vienna. And they sometimes get help from their two-legged friend, Inspector Stockinger.
Tatort is a long-running German/Austrian/Swiss, crime television series set in various parts of these countries. The show is broadcast on the channels of ARD in Germany, ORF 2 in Austria and SF1 in Switzerland.
Der Kommissar is a German television series about a group of detectives of the Munich homicide squad. All 97 episodes, which were shot in black-and-white and first broadcast between 1969 and 1976, were written by Herbert Reinecker and starred Erik Ode as Kommissar Herbert Keller. Keller's assistants were Walter Grabert, Robert Heines, and Harry Klein who, in 1974, was replaced by his younger brother Erwin Klein.
Almenrausch und Pulverschnee was a German home television series which aired on RTL from 26th March 1993 to 21 May 1993.
Hamburg Transit was a German crime television series that first aired in 1970. It ran for 52 episodes over four series until 1974. It depicts the officers of the Hamburg CID. It was a successor to the show Polizeifunk ruft which ran between 1966 and 1970.
Ringstraßenpalais is an Austrian television series.
Wenn das die Nachbarn wüßten
Derrick was a German TV series produced by Telenova Film und Fernsehproduktion in association with ZDF, ORF and SRG between 1974 and 1998 about Detective Chief Inspector Stephan Derrick and his loyal assistant Inspector Harry Klein, who solve murder cases in Munich and surroundings.
A police department, lead by an older, experienced detective solve crimes together.
Schade um Papa
Polizeiinspektion 1 is a German television series.
Das Jahrhundert der Chirurgen
Hallo – Hotel Sacher … Portier! is an Austrian television series.
Der Kurier der Kaiserin is a German Television series.
Einer wird gewinnen
Peter Strohm is a German television series.
Rabe, Pilz und dreizehn Stühle