Forest Liesel (German: Försterliesel) is a 1956 West German comedy drama film directed by Herbert B. Fredersdorf and starring Anita Gutwell, Rudolf Lenz and Lotte Ledl. It is part of the post-war group of rural-set heimatfilm.
|Directed by||Herbert B. Fredersdorf|
|Written by||Theodor Ottawa|
|Music by||Hans Hagen|
|Edited by||Brigitte Fredersdorf|
|12 October 1956|
The film's sets were designed by Wolf Witzemann. It was shot on location in the Austrian Tyrol. It is a follow up by Fredersdorf to the previous financial success of The Milkmaid of St. Kathrein (1955).
- Anita Gutwell as Försterliesel
- Rudolf Lenz as Tony, der junge Jäger
- Lotte Ledl as Zenzi, die Magd
- Rudolf Carl as Zwutschenthaler
- Eva Maria Meineke as Carola
- Erik Frey as Robert Burgert
- Hardo Hesse as Bartl
- Harry Kratz as Heinzl, Liesels Vetter
- Fritz Muliar as Schneider
- Ferry Wondra as Loisl
- Ernst Pröckl
- Walter Stummvoll as Der alte Förster Bregler
- Monika Glieber
- Anton Geiger
- Fritsche p.131
- Fritsche, Maria. Homemade Men in Postwar Austrian Cinema: Nationhood, Genre and Masculinity. Berghahn Books, 2013.