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Piefke, der Schrecken der Kompanie (1958)

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Harald Juhnke ...
Erbprinz Johann August Friedrich von Krakelsburg-Kummerstein and Friseur Piefke
Gardy Granass ...
Luise Stiefels
Hubert von Meyerinck ...
Fürst Paul XIII. von Krakelsburg-Kummerstein
Raidar Müller-Elmau ...
Oberleutnant Joachim Jordan (as Raidar Müller)
Florentine von Castell ...
Annemarie Löffelbein (as Florentine Castell)
Johanna König ...
Klementine
Dagmar Burghäuser
Cora Roberts ...
Yvonne
Tilo von Berlepsch ...
Hauptmann Tilo von Weihrauch
Erich Fiedler ...
Kriegsminister
Paul Heidemann ...
Oberst Stiefels
Heinz Junge ...
Unteroffizier Vierleben
Bruno W. Pantel ...
Feldwebel Max Löffelbein
Willi Rose ...
Feldwebel Pflaume
Harald Sielaff
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30 October 1958 (West Germany)  »

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Piefke, the horror of Regiment
7 September 2005 | by (www.martsander.com) – See all my reviews

Well well well... a lot of fussing, falling over and cross-dressing with very little comic effect. Set in around 1900, we see a royal namby-pamby make a fool of himself in army training camp. Very moderate historic interest, and some pretty ladies wearing incredibly tight corsets, but otherwise a totally pointless flick with no redeeming factors whatsoever. Music composed by Peter Igelhoff, a very talented composer, but there are no songs or musical numbers. Perhaps this kind of entertainment was OK back in the fifties, but I can hardly believe that people queued to see it. The colours on my copy are good and sound quality is better than average.


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