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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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A beautiful East German Olympic hopeful pole-vaults over the Berlin Wall to freedom.

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Join Paula Schultz and have a Wicked Dream. See more »




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14 October 1968 (Sweden)  »

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Los perversos sueños de una rubia  »

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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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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 »


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

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A Funny 1960's Cold War Comedy with four stars of Hogan's Heroes
18 May 2014 | by (Ohio) – See all my reviews

This movie, like many comedy pictures from earlier in the sixties and the prior decade, includes some slapstick humor, a guy and a girl being pursued by bad guys, and a series of romantic misunderstandings that lead to outlandish situations and humorous dialog. In addition to that, add some major characters from Hogan's Heroes to a film that, again, pokes fun at some seriously misguided Germans, and you have a picture that is fun to watch, for those who get it. The setting for the picture is Germany in the cold war era, so in this case, the bumbling villains are East German communists instead of world war two Nazis.

This movie is probably not for everyone. If you are not fond of fifties and sixties romantic comedies that substitute somewhat risqué innuendo for graphic sex scenes, then you may find this movie to be too mild. If you thought that Hogan's Heroes' theme of mocking Europe's second world war oppressors was in poor taste, then you may find this film to be just as distasteful. If you hold the view that soviet communism was a great idea that was misunderstood and you can't wait for Vladimir Putin to restore it to eastern Europe, then you will probably hate this movie. However, if you are not among those who hold such views, then you may find that this picture contains some enjoyably ironic humor and is fun to watch. Just sit back and enjoy this light comedy with Bob Crane and Elke Sommer.

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