Fusilier Wipf (German: Füsilier Wipf) is a 1938 Swiss drama film directed by Hermann Haller and Leopold Lindtberg and starring Paul Hubschmid, Heinrich Gretler and Robert Trösch. When the First World War breaks out, a hairdresser's assistant in neutral Switzerland is mobilised for border protection duty. Serving in the army, he grows from a boy into a man and develops a greater love for his country. The film was part of the intellectual spiritual defence of Switzerland during the era as the country maintained a neutral stance in the years leading up to the Second World War, which began a year after the film was released.
Leopold Lindtberg, Hermann Haller