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Akrobat Schööön! (1943)

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Cast

Cast overview, first billed only:
Charlie Rivel ...
Charlie
Clara Tabody ...
Monika
Karl Schönböck ...
Orlando
Käthe Dyckhoff ...
Bibiana
Hans Hermann Schaufuß ...
Krause
Fritz Kampers ...
Roto
Werner Scharf ...
Fred Martoni
Einar Björling ...
Bruno Martoni
Nina Raven-Zoch ...
Lydia
Hans Junkermann ...
Director
Henry Lorenzen ...
Secretary
Adolf Ziegler ...
Theater director
Oskar Höcker ...
Stage master
Karl Kahlmann ...
Variete servant
Edgar Pauly ...
Doorman
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23 April 1944 (Finland)  »

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Akrobaatti o-o-oh!  »

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A fond memory
27 May 2007 | by (United States) – See all my reviews

I saw this film in the 70's as a teenager at a summer German language camp in Minnesota. We loved it then and for days afterward we were all going around saying "Akrobat Schööön!"

As a black and white film it seemed something from the distant past, but how surprising now to find out that it was made in WWII Germany. It was a pure entertainment film, no wartime or propaganda content at all (that I recall). I'm surprised that resources were available to make such a film.

A bit of research indicates Charlie Rival was a Spaniard; I don't recall if he speaks any German in the movie or not.

I'd love to see this film again, but alas, it seems to have never had a DVD release; not in America, anyway. It may have to remain a fond memory.


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