Trees Are Blooming in Vienna
Elisabeth - Kaiserin von Österreich
Ein Tag im Leben von...
Fabrizio finds refuge from thugs in a convent, and passion in the arms of Lucrezia Borgia.
Fink und Fliederbusch
Ein schöner Herbst
Confessions of a Sixteen-Year-Old
Gruß und Kuss aus der Wachau
Scandal in Bad Ischl
Wo die Lerche singt
Weekend im Paradies
Nasrin oder Die Kunst zu träumen
Die Sache mit dem Ring
Das weite Land
Die Wirtin zur Goldenen Krone
Weg in die Vergangenheit
Liebe, die den Kopf verliert
At a French military outpost, a group of lackadaisical servicemen find plenty of time to make trouble, enjoy nature and pursue beautiful women.
A biography of the eighteenth century Habsburg Empress Maria Theresa.
Berlin, Germany, 1935. The day Karl Weiss, a Jewish painter, and Inga Helms, a Christian woman, marry, is the one in which both of them and the entire Weiss family are caught up in the maelstrom of the Nazi regime, the storms of World War II and the horrors of the criminal Final Solution, the Holocaust, the Shoah; while Erik Dorf, an ambitious lawyer, undertakes his fall into hell at the hands of the sinister Reinhard Heydrich.
Das Kriminalmuseum was a German television series. It ran from 1963 to 1970 on ZDF and was one of its first programs. Each episode began with a tracking shot through an unspecified crime museum, stopping at one of the displays, whose story was then told. Each episode was between 60 and 75 minutes long and featured different actors as the criminal commissioner. The best known was Erik Ode, who in 1969 moved to Der Kommissar, appearing in 97 episodes. The theme music of the series was written by German composer Martin Böttcher, who also composed the complete scores for five episodes.