Vera Meiners once was a doctor in a Swiss clinic. She was married to Jan and had a little girl, Brigitte. Her life was sweet. Unfortunately for her, it was not to last. Things started to ... See full summary »

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Hans Stüwe ...
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Pablo, Radrennfahrer und Clown
Jutta von Alpen ...
Brigitte Meiners (as Jutta v. Alpen)
Hilde Körber ...
Frau Gaspard, Mutter des operierten Kindes
Elisabeth Markus ...
Dr. Gloria O'Connor
Hermann Bräuer ...
Batejo, Manager
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Corbeau, Friseur
Otto Graf ...
Dr. Lugeon, Chirurg
Karl Haubenreißer ...
Mendoza
Emil Heß ...
Alvarez, Veras Verteidiger
Herbert Hübner ...
Professor Rigaud, Klinikleiter
Victor Janson ...
Kabarettdirektor (as Viktor Janson)
Karl Martell ...
Frank Douglas, Versicherungsagent
Giacomo Moschini ...
Fernandez, Marktbudenbesitzer
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Vera Meiners once was a doctor in a Swiss clinic. She was married to Jan and had a little girl, Brigitte. Her life was sweet. Unfortunately for her, it was not to last. Things started to change when Jan surprised her in the company of her ex lover. Believing she was cheating on him, which was wrong, Jan left his wife. Later on, Vera decided to operate on a child without referring to the head doctor and was fired for that. Obliged to cater for the needs of Brigitte, she was forced to change countries, forced to change her life... Written by Guy Bellinger

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23 April 1943 (Czechoslovakia)  »

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Le foyer perdu  »

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Zarah Leander's last film shot in Nazi Germany. See more »

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Einen wie dich könnt' ich lieben
Music by Lothar Brühne
Lyrics by Bruno Balz
Performed by Zarah Leander
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Zarah Leander's greatest film.
26 March 2002 | by (Covington, Georgia) – See all my reviews

This is the best film Zarah Leander ever made. It is free of Nazi propaganda unlike Heimat and Grosse Lieb. Frau Leander is allowed to use all of her talents including singing and dancing. It is a shame that this was her last film for several years. She would have been wonderful in "The Merry Widow".


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