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|Julia, Du bist zauberhaft|
|Directed by||Alfred Weidenmann|
|Written by||W. Somerset Maugham (novel) |
Guy Bolton (play)
Marc-Gilbert Sauvajon (play)
Eberhard Keindorff (screenplay)
Johanna Sibelius (screenplay).
|Produced by||Rudolf Stering |
|Starring||Lilli Palmer |
|Edited by||Renate Jelinek|
|Music by||Rolf A. Wilhelm|
|Distributed by||Constantin Film|
Adorable Julia (German: Julia, Du bist zauberhaft) is a 1962 Austrian comedy film directed by Alfred Weidenmann and starring Lilli Palmer, Charles Boyer and Jean Sorel. It was entered into the 1962 Cannes Film Festival. It is based on the 1937 novel Theatre by W. Somerset Maugham, and the subsequent play that Guy Bolton and Marc-Gilbert Sauvajon adapted from the novel.
The sets were designed by the art director Leo Metzenbauer. The film was partly shot on location in London. It was made with the backing of the German Constantin Film, which produced a number of Austrian films during the period.
- Lilli Palmer as Julia Lambert
- Charles Boyer as Michael Grosselyn
- Jean Sorel as Tom Fennel
- Jeanne Valérie as Avice Crichton
- Ljuba Welitsch as Dolly de Fries
- Tilly Lauenstein as Evie, Julia's maid
- Charles Régnier as Lord Charles Tamerly
- Thomas Fritsch as Roger, Julia's son
- Herbert Fux as Inspizient
- Hanna Ehrenstrasser as Ein langbeiniges Mädchen
- Gustaf Elger as Stevenson, author
- Sylvia Lydi as Frl. Philipps, massagist
- Friedrich Neubauer as Sir Edwin, famous pianist
- Fritz Puchstein as Edwards, servant for the Gosselyns
- Herta Risawy as Margary, Michael's secretary
- Peter Schmidberger as Charly Dexter, Julia's stage partner
- Otto Schmöle as Albert, chauffeur for the Gosselyns
- Fritz Weiss as Mr. Robinson, banker
- Bock, Hans-Michael & Bergfelder, Tim. The Concise Cinegraph: Encyclopaedia of German Cinema. Berghahn Books, 2009.
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