Found «Landammann_Stauffacher» in field «title» of one record

Landammann Stauffacher •••

Director: Leopold Lindtberg

Production: Praesens-Film AG, Zürich

Country: Switzerland

Year: 1941


  • Heinrich Gretler (Werner Stauffacher)
  • Robert Troesch (Heinrich Stauffacher)
  • Fred Tanner (Reeta Stauffacher)
  • Anne-Marie Blanc (Margret Stauffacher)
  • Cäsar Allemanni (Werni Stauffacher)
  • Leopold Biberti (Goliath)
  • Emil Hegetschweiler (Balz)
  • Ellen Widmann (Gertrud Stauffacher)
  • Johannes Steiner (Werner von Attinghausen)
  • Emil Gerber (Meier von Erstfeld)
  • Charles Ferdinand Vaucher (Friedrich von Toggenburg)
  • Zarli Carigiet [Balthasar Anton Carigiet] (Büeler)
  • Hermann Stieger (Ödisried)


  • Script: Richard Schweizer, Kurt Guggenheim
  • Photography: Emil Berna
  • Editing: Käthe Mey
  • Music: Robert Blum

Format: 35 mm (1.37), bw, comopt DE-CH (mono), 116 min

Preservation master: Cinémathèque suisse, Lausanne



This film was preserved by the Swiss National Film Archive in 2004 with grants from Memoriav and Schweizer Fernsehen. The work was carried out by the Swiss National Film Archive and Reto Kromer, in collaboration with Egli Film & Video AG.

ISAN: 0000–0000–D5A7–0000–7–0000–0000–G

Theasurus (French): SZ

Bibliography: Hervé Dumont: Histoire du cinéma suisse. Films de fiction 1896–1965, Cinémathèque suisse, Lausanne 1987, n. 176


  • Cinémathèque suisse, Lausanne
  • Praesens-Film AG, Zürich
  • Schweizer Radio und Fernsehen, Zürich

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