Götz von Berlichingen mit der eisernen Hand
1979, regia di Wolfgang Liebeneiner
Scheda: Nazione: Germania Ovest-Jugoslavia - Produzione: Regina Films, Viktoria-Film, Jadran Film, Fidux, Bayerischer Rundfunk - Distribuzione: Neue Constantin Film, Bayerischer Rundfunk, Loving the Classics, Video City Productions - Soggetto: dal dramma Götz von Berlichingen di Johann Wolfgang von Goethe - Sceneggiatura: Wolfgang Liebeneiner - Fotografia: Ernst W. Kalinke - Montaggio: Annemarie Rokoss - Art Direction: Nino Borghi - Costumi: Brigitte Kuehlenthal, Heidi Wujek - Musiche: Ernst Brandner - Formato: Color (Fujicolor) - Durata: 102'.
Cast: Raimund Harmstorf, Ulli Bauer, Sky du Mont, Detlev Eckstein, Erik Frey, Joachim Hansen, Hans Holt, Adrian Hoven, Karl Lieffen, Silvia Reize, Reiner Schöne, Ernst Stankovski, Sabina Trooger, Klausjürgen Wussow, Michèle Mercier.
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Plot Summary, Synopsis, Review: IMDb - allmovie.com - de.wikipedia.org - moviepilot.de - weltbild.at - film.the-fan.net - buecher.de - digitalvd.de - yllr.net - nostalgyfilms.com - vernonjohns.org: «Germany in the Middle Ages; drama by Johann Wolfgang von Goethe, based on the memoirs of the historical adventurer-poet Gottfried or Götz von Berlichingen (c. 1480–1562). ... Götz of the Iron Hand was a German (Franconian) Imperial Knight (Reichsritter) and mercenary. 1480 -- Gottfried "Götz" von Berlichingen, also known as Götz of the Iron Hand, is born into the noble family of Berlichingen in Württemberg. 1497 -- Berlichingen entered the service of Frederick I, Margrave of Brandenburg-Ansbach. 1498-1544 -- he was active in numerous campaigns during a period of 47 years, including the German Peasants' War, besides numerous feuds; in his autobiography he estimates that he fought 15 feuds in his own name, besides many cases where he lent assistance to friends, including feuds against the cities of Cologne, Ulm, Augsburg and the Swabian League, as well as the bishop of Bamberg. ... After the French campaign, Berlichingen returned to the Hornberg and lived out the rest of his life in relative peace. 1562 (July 23) -- he died on 23 July 1562 in Horneck Castle. During his long life, Berlichingen had married twice and left three daughters and seven sons to carry on his family name».
Conosciuto anche con i titoli: Götz von Berlichingen; Iron Hand; La mano de Hierro.
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