Filmography

Toni Hiebeler

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    Sensation Alpen DVD

    Sensation Alpen

    Lothar Brandler (1966)

    From Trento to Chamonix to Zermat; from Porto Morgiau to the north face of the Eiger; from Planica to the peaks of Lavaredo. The Alps are portrayed, illustrated and exalted in their unique and superb beauty, in the sports that are practiced there, in the most typical and characteristic customs and traditions of the inhabitants. A helicopter rescue and a parachute jump from the Red Wall by Wolfgang Weizenbocks are not to be missed.

    Germany / 69 min

    Sensation Alpen

    Lothar Brandler

    • 1966
    • Germany
    • 69 min
    From Trento to Chamonix to Zermat; from Porto Morgiau to the north face of the Eiger; from Planica to the peaks of Lavaredo. The Alps are portrayed, illustrated and exalted in their unique and superb beauty, in the sports that are practiced there, in the most typical and characteristic customs and traditions of the inhabitants. A helicopter rescue and a parachute jump from the Red Wall by Wolfgang Weizenbocks are not to be missed.

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  • Documentary / Climbing Journal

    Phänomen klettern

    Phänomen klettern

    Wolfgang Gorter (1959)

    Phänomen klettern is a documentary about rock climbing that takes place in Cima Grande Di Lavaredo. It was directed by Edmund Geer in 1959 and produced by München Film und Werbe. It features Lothar Brandler, Toni Hiebeler and Gerdi Kanamüller.

    Germany / 28 min

    Phänomen klettern

    Wolfgang Gorter, Edmund Geer

    • 1959
    • Germany
    • 28 min
    Phänomen klettern is a documentary about rock climbing that takes place in Cima Grande Di Lavaredo. It was directed by Edmund Geer in 1959 and produced by München Film und Werbe. It features Lothar Brandler, Toni Hiebeler and Gerdi Kanamüller.

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  • Documentary / Climbing Journal

    Eiger - Nordwand

    Eiger - Nordwand

    Wolfgang Gorter (1959)

    Eiger - Nordwand is a documentary about alpinism that takes place in Eiger. It was directed by Edmund Geer in 1959 and produced by München Film und Werbe. It features Lothar Brandler, Toni Hiebeler, Adolf Derungs and Lukas Albrecht.

    Germany / 18 min

    Eiger - Nordwand

    Wolfgang Gorter, Karl Aulitzky, Edmund Geer

    • 1959
    • Germany
    • 18 min
    Eiger - Nordwand is a documentary about alpinism that takes place in Eiger. It was directed by Edmund Geer in 1959 and produced by München Film und Werbe. It features Lothar Brandler, Toni Hiebeler, Adolf Derungs and Lukas Albrecht.

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  • Documentary / Climbing Journal

    Die erste winter-durchsteigung der Eiger-Nordwand

    Die erste winter-durchsteigung der Eiger-Nordwand

    Karl Aulitzky (1961)

    Die erste winter-durchsteigung der Eiger-Nordwand is a documentary about alpinism that takes place in Eiger. It was directed by Edmund Geer in 1961. It features Toni Kinshoer, Anderl Mannhardt, Toni Hiebeler and Walter Almberger.

    Germany / 32 min

    Die erste winter-durchsteigung der Eiger-Nordwand

    Die erste winter-durchsteigung der Eiger-Nordwand

    Karl Aulitzky, Edmund Geer

    • 1961
    • Germany
    • 32 min
    Die erste winter-durchsteigung der Eiger-Nordwand is a documentary about alpinism that takes place in Eiger. It was directed by Edmund Geer in 1961. It features Toni Kinshoer, Anderl Mannhardt, Toni Hiebeler and Walter Almberger.

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  • Documentary / Expedition Journal

    Surrender to Everest

    Surrender to Everest

    Ned Kelly (1971)

    Norman Dyhrenfurth leads an expedition with thirty climbers from thirteen different countries including Don Whillans, Dougal Haston, Naomi Uemura, Pierre Mazeaud, and others. This optimistic expedition hopes to simultaneously climb the SW Face and the West Ridge Direct, but is fraught with one-upmanship, personality conflicts, and organizational problems. Harsh Bahuguna is caught out in a storm at Camp 3 and died despite the efforts of the rescue party. The expedition falters after his death, but Whillans and Haston push the SW Face route up to 27,400 feet (8,350 meters) before lack of equipment forces an end to the expedition.

    UK / 102 min

    Surrender to Everest

    Ned Kelly, Anthony Thomas

    • 1971
    • UK
    • 102 min
    Norman Dyhrenfurth leads an expedition with thirty climbers from thirteen different countries including Don Whillans, Dougal Haston, Naomi Uemura, Pierre Mazeaud, and others. This optimistic expedition hopes to simultaneously climb the SW Face and the West Ridge Direct, but is fraught with one-upmanship, personality conflicts, and organizational problems. Harsh Bahuguna is caught out in a storm at Camp 3 and died despite the efforts of the rescue party. The expedition falters after his death, but Whillans and Haston push the SW Face route up to 27,400 feet (8,350 meters) before lack of equipment forces an end to the expedition.

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