The Duke of Reichstadt (1931 film)
The Duke of Reichstadt (German: Der Herzog von Reichstadt) is a 1931 French-German historical drama film directed by Viktor Tourjansky and starring Walter Edthofer, Lien Deyers and Grete Natzler. It is the German-language version of the French film The Eaglet, based on the play L'Aiglon by Edmond Rostand.  It takes its name from the formal Austrian title of Napoleon II, its central character.
|The Duke of Reichstadt|
|Directed by||Viktor Tourjansky|
Les Films Osso
|13 November 1931|
The film's sets were designed by Serge Piménoff.
- Walter Edthofer as Herzog von Reichstadt
- Lien Deyers as Maria Louise
- Grete Natzler as Fanny Elssler
- Alfred Abel as Hofrat Gentz
- Kitty Aschenbach as Herzogin v. Parma
- Margarethe Hruby as Gräfin Camerata
- Eugen Klöpfer as Grenadier Flambeau
- Erwin Kalser as Kanzler Fürst Metternich
- Ekkehard Arendt as Major v. Prokesch
- Jaro Fürth as Kaiser Franz I.
- Eugen Jensen as Graf Sedlnitzky
- Eugen Burg as Graf Bombelles
- Kurt Ehrle as Marschall Marmont
- John Mylong as Tiburce de Lorget
- Hans Heinrich von Twardowski
- Alfred Beierle
- Gertrud Kanitz
- Goble p. 398
- Goble, Alan. The Complete Index to Literary Sources in Film. Walter de Gruyter, 1999.
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