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Dany, bitte schreiben Sie (1956)

The day before Danny Ruland wants to marry, she learns that her expected husband is a marriage impostor, and has left with all of her money. But she's lucky and finds by chance a job as ... See full summary »

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Sonja Ziemann ...
Daniela 'Dany' Ruland
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Hannes Pratt
Anneliese Uhlig ...
Helen Turner
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Madame Georgette
Helen Vita ...
Ossi Orla
Maria Sebaldt ...
Mannequin Billy
Hubert von Meyerinck ...
Geschäftsführer Schnattke
Peter Garden ...
Wolfgang, Billys Bruder
Hannes Tannert ...
John Turner
Thea Aichbichler ...
Frau Zierngiebel
Liesl Karlstadt ...
Frau Bichler
Linda Caroll ...
Mannequin Joan
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The day before Danny Ruland wants to marry, she learns that her expected husband is a marriage impostor, and has left with all of her money. But she's lucky and finds by chance a job as secretary of the famous fashion designer Hannes Pratt. One of her new tasks is to manage her boss' numerous love affairs. She feels exploited, until she learns that these affairs are just professional, and that he's really a nice guy... Written by Tom Zoerner <Tom.Zoerner@informatik.uni-erlangen.de>

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8 May 1956 (West Germany)  »

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Preposterous love story
9 April 1999 | by (Amsterdam, The Netherlands) – See all my reviews

Hmm, what have we here? Rudolf Prack, a very unsensual actor whose smile can bring anyone to sleep, playing a Casanova-like type?; well, that's a laugh (unintentional, of course) to start with. The viewer's dismay is increased by a preposterous love story that makes one wonder whether the makers knew any passion themselves.

This dismay is only slightly compensated with some comedy by Fita Benkhoff, Hubert von Meyerinck and Liesl Karlstadt; and beautiful Sonja Ziemann is very funny in a scene where she is drunk.

The flat directing does not help much either, but the haute couture is very nice. 5/10


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