A Heidelberg Romance (German: Heidelberger Romanze) is a 1951 West German romance film directed by Paul Verhoeven and starring Liselotte Pulver, O.W. Fischer and Gardy Granass. While accompanying his daughter on a trip to Heidelberg, a wealthy American businessman recounts a romance he had with a local girl forty years before. The film set a template for portraying German-American relations.
|A Heidelberg Romance|
|Directed by||Paul Verhoeven|
|Produced by||Heinrich Jonen|
|Edited by||Ilse Voigt|
|Music by||Werner R. Heymann|
|Distributed by||Schorcht Filmverleih|
|23 December 1951|
- Liselotte Pulver as Susanne Edwards
- O.W. Fischer as Hans-Joachim, Prinz von Reiningen
- Gardy Granass as Fannerl Brückner
- Gunnar Möller as William Edwards jr
- Hans Leibelt as William Edwards
- Ruth Niehaus as Gabriele Attendorf
- Hans Reiser as Erwin Turner
- Margarete Haagen as Tante Amalie Brückner
- Paul Verhoeven as Detektiv Schulze
- Melanie Horeschowsky as Alte Fannerl
- Joachim Brennecke as Thomas Altendorf
- Franz Schafheitlin as Hotelbediensteter
- Stephan p.163
- Bergfelder, Tim & Bock, Hans-Michael. The Concise Cinegraph: Encyclopedia of German. Berghahn Books, 2009.
- Stephan, Alexander. Americanization & Anti-Americanism: The German Encounter With American Culture After 1945. Berghahn Books, 2005.