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Ohne Krimi geht die Mimi nie ins Bett (1962)

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Konsul Otto Keyser
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Barbara Holstein
Harald Juhnke ...
Dr. Thomas Steffen
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Marion Keyser
Peter Vogel ...
Michael Lutz
Trude Herr ...
Gina
Gus Backus ...
Bob Stuart
Raoul Retzer ...
Polizeikommandant Pepe
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Luigi
Hannelore Auer ...
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Elisabeth Stiepl ...
Edith
Edith Hancke ...
Mimi
Bill Ramsey ...
Mimi's Husband
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Great Comedians, Catchy Title Tune, Lousy Script
23 September 2006 | by (United States) – See all my reviews

The title song by Bill Ramsey became a popular hit, but immediately after the opening credits the plot-free nonsense becomes a bore.

A middle aged executive (played by the likable Heinz Erhardt) wants to play cupid to his beautiful daughter and a shy middle-management employee (Harald Juhnke), so the trio take a vacation on a small, uninhabited Italian island. Along with a young engaged couple, who are on the same island, everyone is soon entangled in a stupid robbery plot. Trude Herr plays the wife of a local police constable. The fact that she is a kleptomaniac with clever talents to cover her tracks is played up as amusing. Silly songs are slipped in to make the whole story less boring.

If you decide to see this turkey, look for a bit-part played by Gus Backus, an American who had a brief singing/acting career in Germany. He sang "Wooden Heart" in German, before Elvis Presley gave it a go. Here Backus is just another piece in a nauseating puzzle. There really are no redeeming qualities about this forgettable movie. Find the catchy title song on an old 45rm record, but don't put yourself through watching 85 minutes of a really bad film.


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