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Das doppelte Lottchen (1950)

 -  Family | Comedy  -  2 October 1952 (Japan)
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Cast overview, first billed only:
Antje Weisgerber ...
Luiselotte Körner
Peter Mosbacher ...
Ludwig Palfy, Opernkapellmeister
Jutta Günther ...
Lotte Körner
Isa Günther ...
Luise Palfy
Senta Wengraf ...
Irene Gerlach
Hans Olden ...
Hofrat Strobl
Auguste Pünkösdy ...
Maria Krahn ...
Frau Muthesius
Gustav Waldau
Liesl Karlstadt ...
Frau Wagenthaler (as Lisl Karlstadt)
Inge Rosenberg ...
Fräulein Ulrike
Gaby Philipp ...
Fräulein Gerda
Walter Ladengast ...
Herr Gabele
Gertrud Wolle ...
Fräulein Linnekogel
Hertha von Hagen


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2 October 1952 (Japan)  »

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Das doppelte Lottchen  »

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adult female train passenger: [to Luise who steps with her shoes on a seat in the train, to get her luggage] Hey! Next time you step on a seat, put a newspaper under your shoes.
Luise Palfy: That wouldn't make me any taller.
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decent adaptation
30 December 2000 | by (Brussels, Belgium) – See all my reviews

"Das Doppelte Lottchen" still is a very popular children's book in Germany, and all over the world. Written by Erich Kästner, the book has been turned into countless movies (with the recent "It Takes Two" coming to mind), but this black-and-white German classic still is the best. The story is well-known, and revolves around two girls who find out that they are separated twins, and decide to change identities, in order to reunite their divorced parents. This, of course, leads to many complicated and funny situations. Skip all the other American versions, this German classic is the one to watch. 7/10

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