Last Stop (1935)

ComedyRomance

Endstation offers the American viewer tantalizing glimpses of busy, bustling mid-1930s Vienna. Otherwise, this minor yarn of an amorous streetcar conductor is strictly formula material. The film benefits from the star power of Paul Horbiger, resplendently garbed in an elaborate conductor's uniform. Also worth noting is the performance of Maria Andergest as the woebegone hatmaker whose fate is inextricably linked with hero Horbiger. Incidentally though the direction is credited with one E. W. Emo, Paul Horbiger actually called most of the shots on Endstation.

Last Stop Viooz
Viooz Score: 5.5/10 from 2 votes
Release Date: 1935-06-04
Status: Released
Run time: 90 min / 1:30
Production Country: Germany

Last Stop Casts

Paul Hörbiger
as Karl Vierthaler, Straßenbahnschaffner
Hans Moser
as Karl Vierthaler senior, Oberkontrollor
Josefine Dora
as Frau Vierthaler
Toni von Bukovics
as Frau Wendler
Maria Andergast
as Anna Wendler, ihre Tochter, Näherin
Oscar Sabo
as Schilling, Konditor
Otti Dietze
as Frau Schilling
Eta Klingenberg
as Rosa Schilling
Hubert von Meyerinck
as Marcel Steiner, Direktor des Salon 'Flora'
Julia Serda
as Frau Hofrat Crusius
Oskar Sima
as Straßenbahninspektor Grenzing
Hermann Mayer-Falkow
as Ein Schaffner
Betty Sedlmayr
as Mizzi
Hugo Flink
as Otti Staudinger
Adolf Satzenhofer
as Portier

Last Stop Crew

Directing E.W. Emo Director