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Two Good Comrades (1933)

Zwei gute Kameraden (original title)


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Cast overview, first billed only:
Fritz Lehmann
Fritz Kampers ...
Paul Hanke
Jessie Vihrog ...
Margot Landa ...
Paula (as Margot Walter)
Hans Hermann Schaufuß ...
Emanuel Nagel, Theaterdiretor (as Hans Herman Schaufuß)
Senta Söneland ...
Emme, dessen Frau
Albert Paulig ...
Ein Hauptmann
Rudolf Platte
Erich Kestin
Hansi Arnstaedt ...
Jeanettes Tante
Hugo Fischer-Köppe ...
Ein Gendarm
Friedrich Ettel
Ernst Behmer
Gustav Püttjer
Arthur Reppert


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Comedy | War





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3 December 1933 (USA)  »

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1.37 : 1
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War is hell.
20 November 2004 | by (Minffordd, North Wales) – See all my reviews

'Two Good Comrades' is a comedy about the German army of occupation in France. That could be a very funny subject for a dark comedy, but what we get here doesn't even come up to the level of "'Allo, 'Allo!".

Paul Hörbiger and Fritz Kampers play a couple of German infantrymen in the Great War. Their regiment are occupying a French village. There is a great deal of bad slapstick, the punchlines generally telegraphed from a mile away. These two German versions of Willy and Joe interact with each other, with a ma'm'selle, and with a local official. The action is set shortly before the Armistice, which makes the ending obvious but fails to inject any suspense into the proceedings.

The sound recording and photography are wretched. I'll rate this movie just barely one point out of 10.

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