Synopsis by Hal Erickson
Long before the Vienna Boys' Choir was "discovered" for the movies by Disney's Almost Angels, the young choristers were spotlighted in the Austrian-German production Konzert in Tirol (Concert in the Tyrol). Though the music is the film's selling card, the producers felt obliged to include a minimal plotline. Ingredients essential to the action include the romantic misadventures of a Tyrolean music teacher and the criminal activities of the teacher's rival. Making one of his earliest film appearances, Hans Holt proved to be an audience and critic's favorite, assuring him a long and rewarding screen career. For those not interested in the music or the plot. Konzert in Tirol offers some lovely exterior photography of the Tyrolean moutainside.
choir, love-triangle, rival, teacher