Young Hearts (1944 film)
Young Hearts (German: Junge Herzen) is a 1944 German drama film directed by Boleslaw Barlog and starring Harald Holberg, Ingrid Lutz, and Lisca Malbran. The film's sets were designed by art director Anton Weber. It was made by German's largest studio of the era UFA. The film was shot at the Babelsberg Studios and at the Hostivar Studios in Prague.
|Directed by||Boleslaw Barlog|
|Produced by||Hans Schönmetzler|
|Music by||Werner Bochmann|
|Edited by||Walter Wischniewsky|
|Distributed by||Deutsche Filmvertriebs|
It portrays a love affair between a young couple that takes place in Berlin.
- Harald Holberg as Horst Kuhlmann
- Ingrid Lutz as Lindy
- Lisca Malbran as Luise
- Max Gülstorff as Herr Rettich
- Erika von Thellmann as Fräulein von Wartenberg
- Jaspar von Oertzen as Herr Lorenz
- Paul Westermeier as Bootsbauer
- Walter Janssen as Professor Thormeyer
- Louis Soldan as Wolf
- Heinz Lausch as Herr Michel
- Hans Richter
- Albert Florath as Obergärtner
- John Pauls-Harding as Willi
- Franz Weber as Schloßkastellan
- Hella Thornegg as Dame in der S-Bahn
- Frauke Stephan as Karin
- Edlef Schauer as Schüler
- Armin Schweizer
- Erwin Biegel
- Traute Rose as Sängerin
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- Kreimeier, Klaus (1999). The Ufa Story: A History of Germany's Greatest Film Company, 1918–1945. Berkeley: University of California Press. ISBN 978-0-520-22069-0.