Filmography

Fritz Steuri

3 films

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  • Documentary / Climbing Journal

    Die Eiger-Nordwand

    Die Eiger-Nordwand

    Max Herrmann (1936)

    Die Eiger-Nordwand is a documentary about alpinism that takes place in Eiger. It was directed by Max Herrmann in 1936. It features Fritz Steuri, Arnold Glatthard, Ludwig Gramminger and E. O. Stauffer.

    Switzerland / 60 min

    Die Eiger-Nordwand

    Max Herrmann

    • 1936
    • Switzerland
    • 60 min
    Die Eiger-Nordwand is a documentary about alpinism that takes place in Eiger. It was directed by Max Herrmann in 1936. It features Fritz Steuri, Arnold Glatthard, Ludwig Gramminger and E. O. Stauffer.

    Climbing locations

  • Documentary / Climbing Journal

    Grat am Himmel

    Grat am Himmel

    Otto Ritter (1947)

    Swiss documentary on the ascent of the Eiger by the Mitellegi ridge. After spending the night in the hut located 625 meters below the summit, two rope teams climb the 3975 meters of the Eiger through the tedious and dangerous 2.5 kilometer long Mittellegi ridge. The film ends in the last scenes with a spectacular descent. Directed by Otto Ritter in 1947 and produced by Condor Films. It features Willi Steuri, Fritz Steuri, Robert Abegglen and Roland Urban.

    Switzerland / 22 min

    Grat am Himmel

    Otto Ritter

    • 1947
    • Switzerland
    • 22 min
    Swiss documentary on the ascent of the Eiger by the Mitellegi ridge. After spending the night in the hut located 625 meters below the summit, two rope teams climb the 3975 meters of the Eiger through the tedious and dangerous 2.5 kilometer long Mittellegi ridge. The film ends in the last scenes with a spectacular descent. Directed by Otto Ritter in 1947 and produced by Condor Films. It features Willi Steuri, Fritz Steuri, Robert Abegglen and Roland Urban.

    Climbing locations

  • Drama / Mountain Drama

    Die weisse Majestät DVD

    Die weisse Majestät

    Anton Kutter (1933)

    The mountain guide Jakob is a controversial figure. His supposed father dies and leaves behind a great heritage to the people. In the town they consider Jakob a bastard, because his parents were not married, which means that without a testament, the lands in which he lives do not belong to him. But the testament indicates that the inheritance corresponds him under a single condition, he must be the first person to climb the east face of Monte Verità. There is a French version of the film, titled 'Un de la montagne', shot the year after with the same script but with different actors and by a different director.

    Germany, Switzerland / 94 min

    Die weisse Majestät

    Anton Kutter

    • 1933
    • Germany, Switzerland
    • 94 min
    The mountain guide Jakob is a controversial figure. His supposed father dies and leaves behind a great heritage to the people. In the town they consider Jakob a bastard, because his parents were not married, which means that without a testament, the lands in which he lives do not belong to him. But the testament indicates that the inheritance corresponds him under a single condition, he must be the first person to climb the east face of Monte Verità. There is a French version of the film, titled 'Un de la montagne', shot the year after with the same script but with different actors and by a different director.

    Climbing locations

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