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Cast

Cast overview, first billed only:
Roy Black ...
Hannes Cremer
Barbara Nielsen ...
Renate Berndorf
Heidi Hansen ...
Ilse Berndt
Elke Aberle ...
Mucki
Anita Mally ...
Babs
Peter Millowitsch ...
Zimmermann Uwe
Bettina Haensler ...
Annie
Hans-Jürgen Bäumler ...
Fotograf Harry
Gracia-Maria Kaus ...
Janine Breitner
Rut Rex ...
Luise Klingenberg
Rolf Olsen ...
Breitner
Eva Garden ...
Silvia
Alexander Grill ...
Pit Pfluger
Ludwig Schmid-Wildy ...
Opa Cremer
Ilse Peternell ...
Evas Mutter
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Comedy | Romance

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8 March 1974 (West Germany)  »

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1.66 : 1
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Trivia

Last feature film starring Roy Black. He didn't work as an actor until 1990 when he starred in 'Ein Schloss am Wörthersee'. See more »

Goofs

At the beginning Mr. and Mrs. Klingenberg are against to give the order to Breitners company to restore their hotel. The next day they are in a hotel, Cremer counseled them to visit and the day after it they visit it, come out impressed and tell Uwe that they are meeting their architect Breitner right now, who arrived in a moment. How did the message come so quickly? The Klingenbergs just made the decision, already had a financial plan of the bank and on the same day the architect came to an appointment. See more »

Quotes

Räbele: Uwe, you're back!
Zimmermann Uwe: And not only that. I brought guests from the high society.
Räbele: From where?
Zimmermann Uwe: From the High Society.
Räbele: Oh, that doesn't matter.
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References Moselfahrt aus Liebeskummer (1953) See more »

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Darkened mood, yet acceptable
16 March 2008 | by (Netherlands) – See all my reviews

This picture is atypical of the genre; it has no subplots and it seems the director had some difficulty concentrating on the subject-matter of the picture. The films seems empty at times.. However, having said this, it is still a Roy Black picture with singing, honest emotions and good intentions. Boy meets girl, misunderstanding, separation, and then bliss, happiness.. A nice movie for a late Sunday afternoon in which you have nothing else to do and enjoy adolescent romantics and antics. Biederstaedt is fine actor but his role is limited, Peter Millowitsch is just playing himself. In 2008 still going strong in his own Kölnisch theater with folk-comedies. Not a good movie, bordering on darkish camp and therefore representative of the seventies. Times were not hopeful with the oil-crisis and rising unemployment.


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