Der Jäger von Fall (1974)


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Der Jäger von Fall is a German film drama first released in West Germany on 10th October 1974, directed by Harald Reinl. Cinematography was by Ernst W. Kalinke and the film was scored by Ernst Brandner. It is based on a novel by Ludwig Ganghofer and stars Gerlinde Döberl, Alexander Stephan, Siegfried Rauch and Klaus Löwitsch.   It is a CTV 72 Film und Fernsehproduktion GmbH production, produced by Horst Hächler and distributed by Constantin Film. Location filming was in Achenkirch, Tirol, Austria.   It is a color film and runs to 1 hour and 25 minutes.  

Our overall rating for Der Jäger von Fall is: very poor - not worth the effort.

Other noteworthy films that have been directed by Harald Reinl include: Paradies der Matrosen (1959), Die weiße Spinne (1963), Der unheimliche Mönch (1965) and Das Schwert der Nibelungen (1966). The actor Siegfried Rauch has also appeared in: Kommissar X - Drei gelbe Katzen (1966), Kommissar X - Drei blaue Panther (1968), Little Mother (1973) and Escape to Athena (1979).

Other drama films of the 1970s from Germany that are recommended viewing include: Volker Schlöndorff's Die Blechtrommel (1979), Sam Peckinpah's Cross of Iron (1977), Luchino Visconti's Ludwig (1972), Eric Rohmer's Die Marquise von O... (1976) and Robert Enrico's Le Vieux fusil (1975).

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