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Kurzer Prozeß (1969)

TV Movie  |   |  24 November 1967 (West Germany)
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Cast overview, first billed only:
Gudrun Thielemann ...
Karin Nieburg
Fritz Eckhardt ...
Raimond Höfler
Georg Lhotzky ...
Robert Sandner
Kurt Radlecker ...
Heinrich Sandner
Helmut Qualtinger ...
Inspektor Pokorny
Franz Stoss ...
Ministerialrat Gassinger
Willy Harlander ...
Polizeibeamter Janisch (as Willi Harlander)
Hertha Martin ...
Frau Janisch
Elisabeth Orth ...
Frau Nagler
Walter Kohut ...
Herr Nagler
Hilde Berndt ...
Frau Zwintsala
Bruni Löbel ...
Fräulein Schebesta
Hans Stadtmüller ...
Herr Obermüller
Alexander Kerst ...
Kurt Sowinetz ...


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A one-man show
10 January 2004 | by (Vienna, Austria) – See all my reviews

This movie would be fairly interesting, weren't it for Helmut Qualtinger, who gives an excellent show as stubborn, constantly drinking inspector Pokorny. His genius one-liners ("Even in Mühlstadt a human body can only be at one place at the same time") make the film a treat, as long as you can tolerate some overacting (the drunk father of the "suicide" victim serves as an example) and sometimes nervy, but otherwise charming local color (e. g. the beehive police station). The script is also quite intriguing for a TV crime mystery, but the ending is a bit of an anti-climax.

Solid work. (7/10)

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