Not Rated | | Drama, Romance, War
A varied group of passengers boarding a ship bound for post-war Germany represents a microcosm of 1930s society.
This was only Vivien Leigh's third movie since "A Streetcar Named Desire" almost 15 years earlier. Her previous movie had been "The Roman Spring of Mrs Stone" in 1961.
My name is Karl Glocken, and this is a ship of fools. I'm a fool, and you'll meet more fools as we go along. This tub is packed with them: emancipated ladies, ball players, lovers, dog lovers, ladies of joy, tolerant Jews, dwarfs - all kinds. And ...
Tenny and Mrs. Treadwell, seated together in the dining room, order dinner. In the next scene at the captain's table, Tenny is shown in the background looking through the menu and Mrs. Treadwell is not seated at the table.
Tales from the Vienna Woods
Music by Johann Strauss
English, German, Spanish
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