Mayerling

(1957)
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Mayerling is the name of a notorious Austrian village linked to a romantic tragedy. At a royal hunting lodge there, in 1889, Crown Prince Rudolf--desperate over his father's command to put away his teenage mistress, the Baroness Marie Vetsera--shot her to death and killed himself. The misfortune may indeed have been a murder-suicide, but perhaps it was a political assassination, or even the result of a lunatic family vendetta: scholarship is still catching up with the facts.

  1. Kirk Browning

    Director

  2. Anatole Litvak

    Director

Top Billed Cast

  1. Audrey Hepburn

    Audrey Hepburn

    Countess Marie Vetsera

  2. Mel Ferrer

    Mel Ferrer

    Crown Prince Rudolph

  3. Diana Wynyard

    Diana Wynyard

    The Empress

  4. Raymond Massey

    Raymond Massey

    The Prime Minister

  5. Basil Sydney

    Basil Sydney

    The Emperor

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Mayerling

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Status Released

Release Information

  • February 4, 1957
    Theatrical

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Original Language English

Runtime 1h 25m

Budget $500.00

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