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The Countess Died of Laughter (1973)
"Frau Wirtins tolle Töchterlein" (original title)

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A man goes to a convent with exciting news, one of the nuns is an heir to a fortune! The man causes the nuns to become obsessed with him as he tries to find the right heir.

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Cast

Cast overview, first billed only:
Gabriele Tinti ...
Vincent van der Straten
Femi Benussi ...
Clarissa
Galliano Sbarra
Paul Löwinger
Christina Losta
Marika Mindzenthy ...
Piroschka
Sonja Jeannine ...
Susanne
Maja Hoppe
Kurt Großkurth ...
Monk
Teri Tordai ...
Margot Hielscher
Hans Terofal
Franz Muxeneder
Alena Penz ...
Anselma
Erich Padalewski
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A man goes to a convent with exciting news, one of the nuns is an heir to a fortune! The man causes the nuns to become obsessed with him as he tries to find the right heir.

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Comedy

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11 April 1973 (Italy)  »

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M'Lady's Court  »

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2.35 : 1
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Follows Sexy Susan Sins Again (1968) See more »

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Last in the series
2 September 1998 | by (Canterbury, England) – See all my reviews

The "Frau Wirtin" films were a series of period sex comedies, made in the late 1960s and early 1970s. It is hard to believe, but the literary inspiration to these films really is a song. The films featured a surprisingly large number of established actors in less than establishing performances, and a less than surprisingly large number of less established actresses out of their clothes.

This one, the last in the series, seems to be (outside the German speaking countries) the most widely distributed of the lot. Not to put a too fine point upon it: it is clearly the worst film of the series, composed to a large extent out of clippings from the earlier films embedded in a very thin new plot about who is going to inherit the estate of Susanne, the "Frau Wirtin" of the title. There are several female candidates with a lifestyle just as promiscuous as Susanne's.

The technical quality of the English dubbing is truly atrocious, but then this film does not really deserve any better treatment.


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