<i>Reunion in Vienna.</i> 1933. USA. Directed by Sidney Franklin
  • Reunion in Vienna

    1933. USA. Sidney Franklin. 98 min.

  • Charly Chaplin in Wien

    1931. USA. Selenophon. 4 min.

Friday, April 18, 2014, 4:30 p.m.

Theater 2 (The Roy and Niuta Titus Theater 2), T2

  • Reunion in Vienna

    1933. USA. Directed by Sidney Franklin. Screenplay by Ernest Vajda, Claudine West. With John Barrymore, Diana Wynyard, Frank Morgan. Based on Robert E. Sherwood’s reworking of a Hungarian play by Ernest Vadja (co-screenwriter of The Smiling Lieutenant), Reunion in Vienna is a romantic comedy starring John Barrymore and Diana Wynyard in the roles made famous by Alfred Lunt and Lynn Fontaine in a successful Theatre Guild production on Broadway. The film centers on the seductive reunion between the rakish former Archduke Ferdinand von Hapsburg, now deposed and working as a taxi driver, and his old flame Elena, now married to a psychiatrist. Incensed by Barrymore’s buffoonish depiction of the fictional archduke, Austrian diplomats called for the film’s censure. Courtesy George Eastman House. 98 min.

  • Charly Chaplin in Wien

    1931. USA. Produced by Selenophon. With Charles Chaplin. Charlie talks! In 1931, while on tour in Europe to support his recently completed film City Lights, Chaplin visited Vienna, and it was here that he spoke on camera for the very first time. Pioneer Austrian newsreel producer Gustav Mayer recorded this historic event. Courtesy The Austrian Film Museum. 4 min.

In the Film exhibition Vienna Unveiled: A City in Cinema

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