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Nachdem ihn die Dorfbewohner von Maienfeld der Mitschuld an einem Großbrand bezichtigt haben - einem Unglück, bei dem sein eigener Sohn den Tod fand - hat sich der Alp-Öhi verbittert in die Berge zurückgezogen. Dort lebt er auf der Alp mit seinem. Heidi ist ein Schweizer Schwarzweissfilm aus dem Jahr Er basiert frei auf dem gleichnamigen Heidi-Roman von Johanna Spyri. Regie führte Luigi. Heidi und Peter des Regisseurs Franz Schnyder ist ein Schweizer Film aus dem Jahr Die Titelrolle ist mit Elsbeth Sigmund besetzt, Heinrich Gretler. Heidi (). Schweizer Verfilmung des Kinderbuchklassikers von Johanna Spyri, aus dem Jahr User-Film-Bewertung [?]: unterirdisch schlecht. angkorpoker.co - Kaufen Sie Heidi günstig ein. Oktober ; Produktionsjahr: ; Spieldauer: Minuten; Kundenrezensionen: 4,5 von 5 Sternen
angkorpoker.co - Kaufen Sie Heidi günstig ein. Oktober ; Produktionsjahr: ; Spieldauer: Minuten; Kundenrezensionen: 4,5 von 5 Sternen 7 Ergebnisse für DVD & Blu-ray: "Heidi ()". Überspringen und zu Haupt-Suchergebnisse gehen. Amazon Prime. GRATIS-Versand durch Amazon. Für alle. Die Filme «Heidi» () sowie «Heidi und Peter» () wurden von Praesens-Film in Zusammenarbeit mit SRF und der Cinémathèque.
I certainly agree with the people who said here that the Shirley Temple version pales comparing to this. Besides, the Swiss scenario really benefits this movie and it works even in black and white.
This one probably would benefit if it was in color, but it's fine. This is an all-time favorite movie of my family as kids growing up. Whenever we get together we find opportunities to use lines from the movie for various situations.
For instance, when the woman frantically calls the butler, Saisamond! The story is just wonderful, the characters believable, and even the dubbed words are not a problem.
I forgot that they were dubbed. I agree with others who have said that the Shirley Temple version pales in comparison with this version. Would love to have it.
I would like to get a copy of the movie. Could someone email how I can get a copy of it. It was directed by Luigi Comencini and written by a whole lot of writers who adapted Johanna Spyri's famous original work.
This minute film here is a relatively early version of the known story about a young girl who has to move to the city but suffers because she belongs to the mountains.
But it is by far not the earliest. I think one problem here is the lack of color for me. The cinematography, costumes and more from Heidi really scream for color and it elevates the material by so much and actually around that time there are already many color films out there, but this one here is in black-and-white.
This is probably also one reason why I like the later Austrian version more than this one here.
Another may be that the actress who played Heidi did very little for me here and same goes for the actor who plays her grandfather.
It was a nice little surprise to see Theo Lingen in here, even if he doesn't have a great deal of screen time at all, but the clear standouts here were the ones who played Klara and Fräulein Rottenmeier I guess and they stayed somewhat memorable to me.
Apart from that, however, nothing really did and that's why I have to give this one here a thumbs-down. It also did not feel as much from the heart really compared to other Heidi films like the one I already mentioned or also for example the very recent one starring Bruno Ganz as the grandfather.
A bit of a pity, but I think you should skip this one here and check out one of these. When Mr. Sesemann returns from a long trip, he is overjoyed when he sees his child making a few steps towards him.
Out of gratitude for Heidi's accomplishing this miracle, he decrees that she shall stay indefinitely, but this secretly throws her into despair because of her homesickness.
Soon afterward the household is disturbed by what seem to be nightly appearances of a ghost. These are revealed by Mr.
Sesemann and Doctor Classen, the family doctor and a good friend, to actually being Heidi sleep-walking around the house.
Recognizing this as a symptom of deep emotional distress, sympathetic Dr. Classen advises Mr. Sesemann to let Heidi return home immediately, back to her grandfather and the mountains.
And so it happens, and it is furthermore decided that Klara shall visit Heidi soon during the holidays. Heidi's return finally resolves the conflict between Alp-Öhi and the villagers, and on Sunday Heidi and her grandfather join the villagers for church service.
From Wikipedia, the free encyclopedia. The New York Times. Retrieved February 17, Johanna Spyri 's Heidi.
In the winter, she stays with Peter's mother, and they attend school. One day a The classic children's story of a young orphan girl and her crusty grandfather and their life in the mountains is told in this handsome production.
The story is about an orphan girl, who has been sent to live with a lonely, angry man at the top of a mountain in the Swiss Alps. This man is her grandfather.
Surprisingly, Heidi's This animation series follows the childhood "adventures" of a girl named Heidi, who lives with her grandfather somewhere on the Alps.
Young Heidi is sent to live with her grandfather in the mountains where she discovers the liberty and the beauty of Swiss landscapes.
Later when Heidi is forced to become a companion to a Left in the care of her gruff grandfather in the Swiss mountains, young Heidi wants to make the best of things.
Heidi is a little girl who is full of beans. She faces many problems up in the Swiss alps whilst living with her grandfather.
Heidi lights up and soothes the people and animals all around An American boy turns out to be the long-lost heir of a British fortune.
He is sent to live with the cold and unsentimental Lord, who oversees the trust. An adaptation of the famous childhood classic about a little girl taken away from her beloved grandfather, which benefits from filming in the actual picturesque Switzerland locations.
I haven't seen this movie since I was a child but even then I preferred it over the Shirley Temple film.
The version I saw was dubbed into English. Normally that irritated me and still does, the rare times I see a dubbed movie--nowadays they're more often subtitled but it actually made it easier to get into the movie because I didn't have to read any subtitles and I don't know German.
I read well above my grade level but it still would have been distracting. Now I probably wouldn't mind. This movie is much more faithful to the book than the version.
Probably because it was filmed in Switzerland, where the story takes place, it has beautiful scenery. They didn't have use any back projections and sound stages for the outdoor sequences, something I noticed even as a child.
I don't why they stopped showing it unless it was because the Shirley Temple version, which began to be shown a lot at that time, simply displaced it.
If so, it's a shame. I'd love to see it again and again and again, just like back then. I was always fascinated with the story because my great-grandmother was from Switzerland and was a child at the time the book was originally published.
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