The Emperor Waltz

The Emperor Waltz

At the turn of the 20th century, travelling salesman Virgil Smith journeys to Vienna in the hope he can sell a gramophone to Emperor Franz Joseph, whose purchase of the recent American invention could spur its popularity in Austria.

  • Rating:
    4.00 out of 5
  • Length:106 minutes
  • Release:1948
  • Language:English,German
  • Reference:Imdb
  • Keywords:alps,   tennis,   flashback,  

A brash American gramophone salesman tries to get Emperor Franz Joseph's endorsement in turn-of-the-century Austria. . You can read more in Google, Youtube, Wiki


The Emperor Waltz torrent reviews

Scott W (de) wrote: I'm of two minds about this one. It has a pretty cool "twist" but it's set up so much that it doesn't really surprise you. Still, the end is a nice pay-off.

Mark R (nl) wrote: On an IMAX screen in 3D, this documentary about life in the most extreme conditions of the oceans was undoubtedly spectacular. On 2D TV, even on a HDTV, it comes across as nothing more than an above-average Discovery Channel special. The film was probably a bit more ambitious than it's short, 47-minute running time could accommodate, focusing both on the bizarre sea creatures that inhabit the superheated water emerging from seafloor vents, and the prospect that life might be found in similar conditions elsewhere in the universe. If the doc was twice as long, both could have been adequately addressed, but here, both topics get a short shrift.

Davi (es) wrote: good story naa. But if i were the director i might add something more. That when salman saw her deadbody i'l add the soundclip of that part in which she tells the meaning of her name. like..... " Nirjara - jara yani mrithiw... isliye nirjara ka matlab hota hai amar..."

Steve D (ag) wrote: It may be better than its predecessor but the film does not feel like a heavy metal movie. A bit less sexist a bit better animation (obviously). it is still not memorable in any way

Isaac T (au) wrote: I got my Zurg action figure after watching this as a kid.

W W (gb) wrote: Klaus Kinski is always fascinating to watch and Werner Herzog's documentary of their complex relationship successfully illustrates why.

Torion O (fr) wrote: High-paced spread of a virus that is pretty engaging.

Hildie F (kr) wrote: I'd like to see if it'd scare me like it did the PB.

Lilian W (es) wrote: Fellini knows about nightmares just as he knows about dreams. I suspect that Tinto Brass was heavily influenced by this film when he made Caligula but I'm certain that Brass has a lot to learn from the master Fellini when it comes to theatricality; mise en scene, lighting and costumes, and acting.

Chrisanne S (us) wrote: Reminds me of Taming of the Shrew as well as another classic I just can't remember. Ok (Menjou has a hard time being bad, as does Astaire).

Faris S (br) wrote: This film is guaranteed to be a dirty pleasure for years to come.

Jacob L (au) wrote: This movie is right up there with north as one of the worst films I ever had to sit through. The plot consists of a cop played by Stallone who is visited by his overbearing mother played by Miss Getty and from there it becomes a mediocre buddy cop film. Now take one look at the casting Sylvester Stallone and the very comedically talented Golden Girl Estelle Getty, you would expect this to a great comedy but what you receive is a movie so boring and unfunny you rather watch your own feces spiral down the toilet in an hour in a half loop! Never in my life had I been more disappointed with the lack of effort from everyone involved with this film. I give it a 0/5 star rating F-

anthony b (jp) wrote: Welcome to the Monster Club! Well I can never have a bad word to say about Vincent Price, here he is in top form as usual. It's an anthology flick which is both extremely camp and also quite creepy!