|The Rose of Stamboul|
|Directed by||Karl Anton|
|Music by||Leo Fall|
|Edited by||Martha Dübber|
|7 May 1953|
The Rose of Stamboul (German: Die Rose von Stambul) is a 1953 West German musical film directed by Karl Anton and starring Inge Egger, Albert Lieven and Grethe Weiser. It is based on Leo Fall's 1916 operetta of the same name.
- Inge Egger as Kondja Gül
- Albert Lieven as Achmed Bey
- Grethe Weiser as Madame Desirée
- Hans Richter as Fridolin Müller jun.
- Oskar Sima as Eduard Effendi
- Ingeborg Körner as Midilli Hanum
- Gunther Philipp as Marcel Lery
- Ethel Reschke as Madame Lery
- Otto Matthies as Fridolin Müller sen.
- Kurt Vespermann as Civil Registrant
- Franz-Otto Krüger as Head Waiter
- Paul Hörbiger as Mehemed Pascha
- Laya Raki as Dancer
- Ursula Ackermann as Female Singer
- Rasma Ducat as Female Singer
- Herbert Ernst Groh as Male Singer
- Kurt Reimann as Male Singer
- Gisela Deege as Dancer
- Gert Reinholm as Dancer
- Werner Stock
- Victor Janson
- The Rose of Stamboul (1919)
- Goble p. 150
- Goble, Alan. The Complete Index to Literary Sources in Film. Walter de Gruyter, 1999.
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