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The Wicked Dreams of Paula Schultz (1968)

Unrated | | Comedy | 14 October 1968 (Sweden)
A beautiful East German Olympic hopeful pole-vaults over the Berlin Wall to freedom.

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Cast

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Paula Schultz
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Bill Mason
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Klaus
Joey Forman ...
Herbert Sweeney
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Weber
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Oscar
Maureen Arthur ...
Barbara Sweeney
Robert Carricart ...
Rocco
Theodore Marcuse ...
Owl (as Theo Marcuse)
Larry D. Mann ...
Grossmeyer
John Myhers ...
Boss
Chanin Hale ...
Hilda
Barbara Morrison ...
Klabfus
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Cab Driver
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Kessel
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A beautiful East German Olympic hopeful pole-vaults over the Berlin Wall to freedom.

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Did you ever see a dream running? Jumping? Stripping? Hiding? Not hiding? See more »

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Comedy

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14 October 1968 (Sweden)  »

Also Known As:

Los perversos sueños de una rubia  »

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Trivia

Not only were four of the principal actors from Hogan's Heroes the stars of this film, but four more actors in this film appeared on the TV series:
  • Theodore Marcuse played a different role in three different Hogan's Heroes episodes, as General Freidrich von Heiner, Pierre & Ludwig Strasser.


  • Larry D. Mann also played a different role in three different Hogan's Heroes episodes, as Illyich Igor Zagoskin, SS General Brenner & Doctor Vanetti.


  • John Myhers played a different role in four different Hogan's Heroes episodes, as Colonel Schneider, Dr. Hermann Felzer, General Wittkamper & Field Marshal von Heinke.


  • Barbara Morrison played a role in a Hogan's Heroes episode, as Mrs. Gretchen Schultz.


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Goofs

Paula breaks the window of the Bayerisches Hofbräu throwing a tray as a discus, but in the next scene it is whole again. See more »

Quotes

Herbert Sweeney: [Paula has passed out in the Sweeney's bed] Make her move over there.
Bill Mason: Why?
Herbert Sweeney: Because she's on Barbara's side, that's why!
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Connections

Referenced in Kill Bill: Vol. 2 (2004) See more »

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Forget the topic...this is just plain bad
13 October 2006 | by (United States) – See all my reviews

The subject matter notwithstanding, this picture is a colossal waste of time and film...I cannot for the life of me figure out why anyone decided to actually sign a contract to do this...the ONLY reason to give it anything more than a 1 is because there are enough scenes of Elke to elevate it to a 2...and spoiling the ending wouldn't come into play here...it would be a patriotic duty to tell everyone how it ends...so they can skip watching it...I think it is a tribute to the other members of the "Hogan's Heroes" cast that they didn't either agree to make this piece of trash or weren't asked...in which case they should thank their lucky stars or buy a lottery ticket...and what is really astonishing is that you can actually find this pseudo-feature on the Net...I found a copy on Half.com...so if you're in the market for one of the worst movies in cinematic history...my suggestion is you go trolling there...


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