Cast overview, first billed only:
Dr. Peter Schild, Ingenieur
Gabriele Reismüller ...
Clarisse Pernrieder
Charlott Daudert ...
Isolde, Tänzerin
Carl-Heinz Schroth ...
Cyrus Kracker, Schauspieler
Der alte Pernrieder, Clarissas Großvater
Hennemann, Diener und Chauffeur
Melanie Horeschowsky ...
Klara Pernrieder
Ernst Waldow ...
Schleemann, Onkel von Peter Schild
Erna Sellmer ...
Frau Wiedehopf
Paul Westermeier ...
Walter Lemke, Boxer
Franz Schafheitlin ...
Justus Pernrieder, Fabrikant
Ernst Legal ...
Nordboden, Besitzer des Detektivbüros
Victor Janson ...
Rudolf Reiff ...
Besitzer des Landhotels
Ernst Dernburg ...


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31 March 1950 (Austria)  »

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1.37 : 1
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Filmed in 1944, but not released until 1948. See more »


Ich koennte mich in Dich verlieben
Music by Peter Kreuder
Lyrics by Hans Fritz Beckmann
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20 July 2005 | by ( – See all my reviews

Please note that according to the DVD case as well as some German film sites (including Johannes Heesters' personal website), this film was filmed and probably released in 1945. It might have been that it was edited and released to the public after the war, as was the case with many films which were shot during the last year of the war, but knowing that it dates from 1945 makes watching of this film so much more interesting and the film in itself more remarkable, since it contains no trace of war or propaganda of any kind. If you are a collector of Third Reich movies (or Johannes Heesters), be sure to have this gem in your collection.

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