Filmed from April 24th through May 15th 1930 in the Ufa-Atelier, Neubabelsberg, the outdoor Scenes were shot at Werbellinsee. On June 13th 1930 the Censors disallowed projection of this ... See full synopsis »
Hotel detective Janos Kovacs travels from San Remo, where the Schlagerfestival will soon be held, to London. He wants to sell critical information to the crime reporter Barney Blair. Before Barney arrives, Kovacs is stabbed.
Romeo and Juliet, Dutch style, with the feuding families or more to the point fathers being respectively cheese and flower barons ! The film also includes other minor love strives between various couples which seem to have nothing to do with the main plot ! Hans Moser's performance does not seem up to his usual standard but nevertheless there are some excellent comic scenes such as the supposed elopement of the star-crossed lovers and almost the entire cast winding up in jail.
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