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Der Raub der Sabinerinnen (1954)

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Gustav Knuth ...
Emanuel Striese
Fita Benkhoff ...
Frau Striese
Paul Hörbiger ...
Professor Martin Gollwitz
Loni Heuser ...
Frau Friederike Gollwitz
Anneliese Kaplan ...
Renate Gollwitz
Bully Buhlan ...
Charly Gross
Ernst Waldow ...
Emil Gross
Willi Rose ...
Bürgermeister
Ruth Stephan ...
Dienstmädchen Rosa
Wolfgang Müller ...
Friedrich
Edith Hancke ...
Fräulein Müller-Muthesius
Hans Stiebner ...
Perchtramer
Jakob Tiedtke ...
Bäckermeister
Herbert Weissbach ...
Biologielehrer
Margitta Sonke ...
Iphigenie Striese
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remake | based on play

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2 April 1954 (West Germany)  »

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Theft of the Sabines  »

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DISAPPOINTING KURT HOFFMANN COMEDY
25 May 1999 | by (Amsterdam, The Netherlands) – See all my reviews

The idea of the play on which this film is based, is a nice one and this film adaptation has its funny moments, but director Kurt Hoffmann, known for his light comedies and ditto directing hand, disappoints here in never being able to achieve, let alone maintain, control of the material. While the cast tries hard to make something out of it (and certainly Gustav Knuth and Paul Hörbiger have excellent moments), the film keeps dragging itself from one scene to the next. There are moments of very nasty editing which do not make this film a pleasure for the eyes.

The script has also a major flaw: the viewer could have easily done without the voice-over that tells the story. What the joke is of not revealing the face of the story teller in the last scene, will forever remain a mystery to me.


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