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Privacy Overview. Notwendig immer aktiv. Nicht notwendig Nicht notwendig. The Colonel is wearing his favourite coat — there is some slapstick as the ladies try to stop him looking in his pocket by finding him matches and a handkerchief.
Eventually they all retrieve a photograph from the pocket — each assuming it is their own. When Nadina goes to return her photograph to Bumerli she finds that it is Mascha's, and that there is a compromising message on the back of it.
She flies into a jealous fury that removes all possible doubt that it is Bumerli she really loves. The guests gather for the wedding ceremony — including Captain Massakroff, who recognises Bumerli as the intruder he saw climb the drainpipe in Act I — in the resulting chaos Mascha produces Nadina's photograph, with its compromising message.
Popoff and Alexius are not very bright, but even they start to put two and two together. Alexius is furious with Nadina, and she in her turn declares that she no longer loves him.
As the act curtain falls the wedding is definitely off. The scene returns to Nadina's bedroom, where she is writing a letter to Bumerli.
It is not friendly, as she is still jealous of Mascha. As she finishes the letter, Bumerli himself appears through the window.
Nadina gives him his letter, but he does not take it seriously. If she did not love him she would not be so jealous. Massakroff appears, with a challenge to a duel from Alexius to Bumerli.
Bumerli accepts without hesitation, much to Nadina's consternation. Alexius is also terrified — he would never have challenged his rival if he had not been sure he was too much of a coward to accept.
It seems Alexius is coming round to the idea he would be happier with Mascha anyway. Any doubts among the family that Bumerli would not make a good husband for Nadina are dispelled by the revelation that he is the son of a wealthy Swiss businessman, and all ends happily.
In the original version, after the Overture, the music is as follows: . Note : The order and placement of the songs in German differs from the English adaptation listed below.
The English song titles do not use the phrase "hero of my dreams" German: "Held meiner Träume".
The operetta was continually reworked during Straus's lifetime. Metro-Goldwyn-Mayer wished to make a filmed version of The Chocolate Soldier in , but they were refused permission or at least permission at a reasonable price by Shaw.
Instead, Louis B. The plot concerns the jealousy of a Viennese couple, Maria and Karl Lang. To test her loyalty, Karl masquerades as a Russian guardsman and tries to seduce Maria.
Complications ensue. The film includes the following non-Straus selections:. A television film adaptation also starred Stevens, with Eddie Albert.
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Notwendig immer aktiv. An intruder Bumerli climbs in through her bedroom window. He is a very ordinary person, nothing like the ideal hero Nadina has been worshipping.
In fact he has escaped the battle taking place nearby by climbing the Popoffs' drainpipe. He is in Serbian uniform, but responds to Nadina's patriotic posturing by revealing that his is actually Swiss, and is serving in the Serbian army as a mercenary.
When she threatens to call for help he briefly threatens her with his revolver — but soon puts it down.
When she picks it up and threatens him he laughs at her — he uses his ammunition pouch to carry chocolates and has no cartridges to load his weapon.
In spite of herself Nadina is amused and charmed by this "Little Chocolate Soldier". He recounts an incident in battle when a foolish Bulgarian officer lost control of his horse, thus leading an inadvertent cavalry charge against Serb guns that happened to have been supplied with the wrong ammunition and were thus overrun.
Nadina is furious to realise that the officer concerned was her Alexius, and orders Bumerli to leave at once — when he starts to leave she calls him back.
Just in time, as a squad of bumbling Bulgarian soldiers, led by Captain Massakroff, arrive in pursuit. Fortunately Bumerli has had time to hide behind the bed curtains, and Nadina assures them that she has not seen the intruder.
While the Bulgarian soldiers search the rest of the house, Aurelia, Nadina's mother, and young Mascha come to the bedroom.
They are sure something is going on, and when they spot Bumerli's revolver the secret is out. By the time the soldiers have left the house and Nadina opens her bed curtains Bumerli is asleep, and the lonely women are all very taken with him.
They awaken him with their chatter, but he is exhausted and only wants to go back to sleep again. They ransack the house for civilian clothes to enable him to escape — each, unknown to the others, slipping a photograph of herself into the pocket of his jacket — a favourite house coat of the Colonel's.
Six months have passed, and the war is over. Outside the Popoff residence the family and servants are welcoming their heroes home.
Nadina is delighted to have her Alexius back, but she soon realises that he is far from the hero she imagined, but is boastful and self-centred.
When he boasts of the incident of the charge on the guns he is embarrassed to realise that Nadina knows more about the matter than she should.
The ladies are embarrassed in their turn when Popoff tells them of a Swiss soldier in the Serbian army that they met after the fighting was over — and who told them a very funny story of escaping from a battle by hiding in a house where he was sheltered by three ladies who all fell in love with him.
The plot thickens as Bumerli himself returns to the scene. He has come to return the clothes he used to escape, and manages to slip them to the ladies without suspicion being aroused.
The menfolk are a little puzzled to meet him again, but they invite him to stay for the wedding of Nadina and Alexius.
Bumerli manages to get Nadina alone, and confesses that it is his love for her that has drawn him back. He cannot bear to see her married to another, and goes to leave.
Heartbroken herself, Nadina asks for her photograph — but Bumerli never looked in the pocket of her father's housecoat — it is still there!
The Colonel is wearing his favourite coat — there is some slapstick as the ladies try to stop him looking in his pocket by finding him matches and a handkerchief.