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Fräulein (1958)

Not Rated | | Romance, War, Drama | 25 June 1958 (France)
A Nazi's fiancee helps an escaped U.S. soldier, then meets him in postwar Berlin.

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Lt. Berdie Dubbin (as Maggie Hayes)
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Luis Van Rooten ...
Fritz Graubach
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Lt. Hugo Von Metzler
Herbert Berghof ...
Karl Angermann
James Edwards ...
Cpl. S. Hanks
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Prof. Julius Angermann
Blandine Ebinger ...
Frau Berta Graubach
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Sgt. Grischa
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A Nazi's fiancee helps an escaped U.S. soldier, then meets him in postwar Berlin.

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She was a wink...a kiss...an invitation -- a G.I.'s prize of war! See more »

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Romance | War | Drama

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Connections

Featured in Hollywood Screen Tests: Take 2 (1999) See more »

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Die Lorelei
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Traditional
Sung by the children on the boat
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Comments on movie Fraulein and movies from the 1940s and 50s
3 March 2006 | by See all my reviews

I agree with the gentleman's comment and would like to have more 1940 and 1950 movies available for purchase in their original production and screen size. There were some wonderful musicals, horror, western, war and romance stories, etc. made in that time period that have not been seen since they were shown in the movie theaters. Like movies starring Van Heflin, Rory Calhoun, Lex Barker, Rock Hudson, etc.

I also would like to be able to purchase this movie (Fraulein) on DVD (preferably) or tape in letterbox style. Is it available? If a movie is shown on TV, is it available for purchase on DVD or tape? The movie shown on TV was not in letterbox and I feel a lot of the picture was left out. I am a romantic and liked this movie very much and felt Mel Ferrer and Dana Wynter were terrific. The scenery was realistic and the boat ride scenes were great. Was it filmed on location?

I would also like to be able to purchase Tarzan movies starring "Lex Barker" who played Tarzan in the 1950s. I have not seen any of these on TV and hope they are still able to be shown. Thanking you in advance for your reply.


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