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Viktor and Viktoria (1933)

Viktor und Viktoria (original title)
Aspiring singer Susanne takes over for ham actor Viktor at a small cabaret in Berlin where he works a woman impersonator and per chance she's discovered by an agent, who thinks, that she ... See full summary »

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Ellinor
Friedel Pisetta ...
Lilian
Fritz Odemar ...
Douglas
Aribert Wäscher ...
Francesco Alberto Punkertin
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Robert (as Adolf Wohlbrück)
Ernst Behmer ...
(as Behmer)
Georg Georgi ...
(as Georgi)
Goroll
Karl Harbacher ...
(as Harbacher)
Trude Lehmann ...
(as Lehmann)
Henry Lorenzen ...
(as Lorenzen)
Herbert Paulmüller ...
(as Paulmüller)
Rudolf Platte ...
(as Platte)
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Aspiring singer Susanne takes over for ham actor Viktor at a small cabaret in Berlin where he works a woman impersonator and per chance she's discovered by an agent, who thinks, that she really is a man. She becomes famous, but her situation becomes troublesome, when she falls in love with Robert. Written by Stephan Eichenberg <eichenbe@fak-cbg.tu-muenchen.de>

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27 January 1935 (USA)  »

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Alternate-language version of Georges et Georgette (1934) See more »

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Komm doch ein bischen mit nach Madrid
Music by Franz Doelle
Words by Bruno Balz
Sung by Susanne Lohr during her Spanish routine
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A fun film and a special viewing that bridged generations and cultures
15 May 2005 | by (Tel Aviv) – See all my reviews

I saw this film a number of years ago at a gay film festival at the Tel-Aviv Cinemateque. I knew that it existed -- I think there must have been a credit for it at the end of the Julie Andrews film and just ran to see it while I had the opportunity. The audience seemed to be evenly divided between the gay lesbian community and German/Austrian old timers.

Everyone seemed to have a really good time, despite the poor quality of the copy and the lack of Hebrew subtitles. And, it was quite delightful to overhear two elderly ladies talking about how "Mama" wouldn't let them see the movie when it first came out, and here the were seeing it today!


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