Dr Sommer is newly appointed to the hospital, but on arrival is mistaken for the plumber. He seems quite good at this but gets into trouble from the medical chief for being late. Romantic ... See full summary »

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Roy Black ...
Dr. Leonhard Sommer
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Loni Vogt
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Studienrat Zackgiebel
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Frau Janssen
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Professor Frederik Janssen
Corinna Genest ...
Oberschwester Hildegart
Petra Esser ...
Monika Kosel
Gerhard Acktun ...
Hotte
Wilma Landkroon ...
Wilma (as Wilma)
Maria Brockerhoff ...
Freundin von Frau Janssen
Gerhart Lippert ...
Dr. Walter Moll
Max Mairich ...
Schuldirektor
Edda Seippel ...
Eva-Maria Klarwein
Käthe Haack ...
Alma Carisius (as Käthe Haak)
Sissy Löwinger ...
Krankenschwester
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Storyline

Dr Sommer is newly appointed to the hospital, but on arrival is mistaken for the plumber. He seems quite good at this but gets into trouble from the medical chief for being late. Romantic complications arise with a nurse. In parallel, children play practical jokes on stuffy adults, making the thin plot rather mixed. Written by Hazel Freeman <hazel@sabrina.demon.co.uk>

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Comedy | Romance

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22 July 1969 (West Germany)  »

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Notre médecin est un as  »

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1.66 : 1
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Trivia

The song Hotte and Monika are singing before playing one trick with Zackgiebel is a joke about the song "Warte, warte nur ein Weilchen", written by Walter and Willi Kollo from the operetta "Marietta" in 1924. See more »

Goofs

When Zackgiebel feels bad, the principal advised him to drink milk, as he things he is intoxicated. However milk is bad in this case, especially for an adult, as it brings the poison more into the blood and the intestine. In this case water is the better solution. See more »

Quotes

Waldemar Kosel: May you have the goodness to tell me where I am?
Oberschwester Hildegart: Not in heaven yet!
Waldemar Kosel: I have noticed that by the voice, this must be more hell!
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Connections

References Some Like It Hot (1959) See more »

Soundtracks

Ich bin so gern bei dir
Performed by Roy Black
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