WEDDING MARCH

V'01

The WEDDING MARCH

Erich von Stroheim
USA, 1928
109min, stumm

The WEDDING MARCH

Erich von Stroheim
USA, 1928
, 109min, stumm

Cast: 
Erich von Stroheim
Prinz Nicki von Wildeliebe-Rauffenberg
Fay Wray
Mitzi Schrammel
George Fawcett
Prinz Ottokar
Maude George
Prinzessin Maria
George Nichols
Fortunat Schweisser
ZaSu Pitts
Cecilia Schweisser
Hughie Mack
Biergartenbesitzer
Matthew Betz
Schani Eberle
Cesare Gravina
Martin Schrammel
Dale Fuller
Katharina Schrammel
Sidney Bracey
Navratil
Anton Wewerka
Kaiser Franz Josef

Production: 
Patrick A. Powers für Paramount Famous Lasky Corp.
World Sales: 
Photoplay Productions Ltd. 21 Princess Road London NW1 8JR, Großbritannien T 20 7722 2500, F 20 7722 6662
Distribution in Austria: 
35 mm/1:1,37/Farbe/SW

A roguish Viennese prince (played to perfection by von Stroheim) agrees to marry for money and position to help his family, then falls in love with a poor but beautiful girl. A masterpiece, blending romance and irony. (Leonard Maltin)
Film preservationists Kevin Brownlow and Patrick Stanbury have prepared a newly restored print of <i>The Wedding March,</i> combining the best surviving original material from The Library of Congress and footage from prints from the Cinematheque Française. The new print follows the instructions for editing that von Stroheim prepared for a 1954 version screened in Paris, and features a newly recorded orchestral score composed by Carl Davis.