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Harald Reinl

    • Germany 
    • B/W sound
    • 94 min 

    The film is about a man who works alone at the Mont Blanc weather station gathering data. His only contact with the world below is via Morse code signals. He is joined by a woman friend, who helps him survive a terrible storm over the mountain. Filmed on location in Arosa, Switzerland, Babelsberg Observatory in Potsdam, Germany, and Mont-Blanc in Chamonix, France, the film is notable for its mountain footage.

    Sturme uber dem Montblanc 1930 poster b.jpg


    • Austria / West Germany 
    • B/W sound
    • 79 min 

    Nacht am Mont Blanc is a drama about alpinism that takes place in Mont Blanc Massif. It was directed by Harald Reinl in 1951 and produced by Hope Film. It features Dagmar Rom, Dietmar Schönherr, Geraldine Katt, Oskar Sima, Gerhard Deutschmann, Baldur von Hohenbalken and others.

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