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Hedwig Bleibtreu ...
Frau Wagner
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Helmut Winkler
Heinz Goedecke ...
Himself
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Himself
Carl Raddatz ...
Herbert Koch
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Himself
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Inge Wagner
Ida Wüst ...
Frau Eichhorn
Hans Hermann Schaufuß ...
Hammer
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Kramer
Malte Jaeger ...
Lehrer Friedrich (as Malte Jäger)
Walter Ladengast ...
Schwarzkopf
Albert Florath ...
Physician
Elise Aulinger ...
Frau Schwarzkopf
Wilhelm Althaus ...
Capt. Freiburg
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At the Olympic games in Berlin 1936 Inge Wagner falls in love with Luftwaffenleutnant (Airforce Lieutenant) Herbert Koch. They want to marry, but he receives orders to go to Spain - incognito, without permission for any contacts to his friends and relatives. Inge is still waiting for him. After the beginning of WW II, German radio starts broadcasting the "Wunschkonzert für die Wehrmacht" - a program made of wishes from the soldiers. He hears the song, he wanted to hear, and so does Inge. A friend of Inge, who hopes she is willing to marry him, comes to the same squadron where Koch flies. Koch and Inge arrange a date at a Hamburg restaurant, but he and Ilse's friend are shot down the day before. In the hospital Koch finds out, that he and his friend love the same girl. He thinks they are already engaged and is willing to give her up. Written by N.N.

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Gute Nacht Mutter
Music by Werner Bochmann
Lyrics by Erwin Lehnow
Sung by Wilhelm Strienz
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The wish not filled.
31 August 2005 | by (www.martsander.com) – See all my reviews

There are much, much better and more interesting films from the period of WW II. This one actually isn't one of them: Ilse Werner, a wonderful and fresh actress who appeared on many great Helmut Käutner films (and a musical star as well) is quite wasted and doesn't get to sing a note. Why she chooses the immensely ugly (though sometimes very talented) Carl Raddatz over the wonderful boyish Joachim Brennecke, is a total mystery. I grew very tired of the storyline very soon, and started waiting for the many songs, which I knew would be in the film. In fact these songs - or excerpts rather - are all crammed into the final ten or fifteen minutes. That's sad. So, once again: if you want to see a good Nazi musical, there are films like "Frau Meiner Träume", "Fledermaus", "Wir Machen Musik" and dozens of others. If you want a love story, there's "Under the bridges", "Grosse Freiheit nr 7" or "Romanze in Moll". If you just want to see Nazi uniforms and stock footage - well, there always are documentaries, such as the amazing series "Third Reich in colour".


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