19 April 1968 (West Germany)
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Gunther Phillip and Peter Weck, two actors from the segment "Gedränge unterm Himmelbett" (Crowd under the canopy bed), set at the White Horse Inn in Salzkammergut, Austria, known for the play and the operetta of the same name, were both starring in actual movie adaptations of the operetta. Gunther Phillip played Sigismund Sülzheimer in the 1960-movie Im weißen Rößl
(1960) and Peter Weck played Leopold Brandmeyer in the 1967-adaptation Im weissen Rößl
(1967) See more
Earlier we see Ignaz Brainbiter walking a small way from the Entry (with the credit poster for the first scene) till the counter and he stays there during the whole dialog with Alfons Scheckele. However before the first scene he is standing right in front of the poster. See more
Hello, Mr. Nick. Wake up, we'll be in Mexico soon.
[talks while sleeping
Leave me. The girl, she is beautiful. Come baby. Kiss me.
May I remind you, Mr. Nick. that we are in an aircraft and don't have a baby.
In the opening credits the names of all actors are listed alphabetically, except for Roy Black's name, as this is his introduction role in a motion picture. See more