Norbert inherited a building in the lonesome German heath and now takes two days off to combine an inspection of his new property with a vacation in the relaxing landscape. Two run-down friends join him, and they swear: No alcohol, no nicotine - no women! The house turns out to be an empty barn but - surprise, surprise - there are the pretty maids Ursula and Anna who are willing to comfort them. So the vacation won't be as relaxing and abstinent as planned, but much more fun. Written by
Tom Zoerner <Tom.Zoerner@informatik.uni-erlangen.de>
20 December 1972 (West Germany)
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Also Known As:
De tre på Hedegården
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Aspect Ratio: 1.66 : 1
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Did You Know?
Loosely based on the motives from the writings by Hermann Löns. Some of his poems became lyrics for some of the songs in this movie. See more
Hanna's name was not mentioned at all, it was only known by Norbert. How did Möps and Bernie knew that name? It is very unlikely that he told it to them, cause of the oath. And they are never showed anyplace else except for their house. See more
I was in the Heath.
In the Heath? Read too much Löns, right?
In the closing credits it is said 'Ente' (duck), after which the letter T is crossed out and replaced with a D, creating the word 'Ende' (end) See more
Remake of Grün ist die Heide
Träume in Samt und Seide
Performed by Roy Black See more