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Das Donkosakenlied (1956)

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Cast

Cast overview, first billed only:
Claus Biederstaedt ...
Rolf Bender
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Professor Hartmann
Sabine Bethmann ...
Helga, seine Tochter
Stefan Haar ...
Peter
Gunnar Möller ...
Dr. Heinz Stark
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Chefarzt Dr. Burger
Alice Treff ...
Elisabeth, seine Frau
Ingrid Stenn ...
Edith, seine Tochter
Hans Richter ...
Karl, Chauffeur
Carla Hagen ...
Anneliese
Simone Emmerich ...
Susi
Elfie Pertramer ...
Ihre Mutter
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Emmy Burg
Bruno W. Pantel
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15 November 1956 (West Germany)  »

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(Klangfilm-Eurocord)

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(Eastmancolor)

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1.37 : 1
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INFANTILE KITSCH
3 June 1999 | by (Amsterdam, The Netherlands) – See all my reviews

Take care to have plenty of handkerchiefs at hand when watching this terrible and infantile Kitsch full of false sentimentality and appalling mores. The story concerns a little boy too sick to sing, but do we want him to open his mouth at all? I could not wait to see dreadful Peter, a strong argument against children's rights, at last shut up forever. The story is enhanced (?) by sub stories for the love's interest making it a further unbearable experience as these involve people whose passion does not go any further than firm handshakes. The cast is uniformly dull. Not badly made, but the subject is just too awful.

When the Cossacks Choir once again bursted out in "Kalinka" I thought that sending them to Siberia would not have been a bad option, but if still a fan you better buy some CD's instead.


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