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Wo der Wildbach durch das Höschen rauscht - Witwen-Report (1974)

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Mascha Sieger ...
Ilsebill Lechner
Josef Moosholzer ...
Alois Lechner
Birgit Bergen ...
Zenzi Huber
Kurt Bottin
Hellmuth Haupt ...
Xaver (as Helmut Haupt)
Klaus Henninger
Richard Kärcher
Walter Jüngt
Gudrun Kumpf
Arthur Kühn ...
Wirt
Sabine Lübke
Marie Luise Lusewitz ...
Therese (as Maria-Luise Lusewitz)
Sylvia Martini
Ingeborg Mezger
Sepp Richter
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27 September 1974 (West Germany)  »

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Een waterval van slipjes in Tirol  »

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One memorable scene
30 November 2000 | by (Canterbury, England) – See all my reviews

The 'witwen-report' part of the title of this routine German sex comedy is misleading: there is only one widow here, and the film is mostly about the shenanigans of her late husband she discovers in his secret diary.

The film has one memorable scene: the adulteresses take the widow to court, for libel. However, since the diary describes the birthmarks on their bottoms, the judge asks them all to reveal their behinds which they promptly do - in unison. A visually striking scene, but not exactly credible, not even in Upper Bavaria.

The acting standards in this film are dreadfully low, even by genre standards. Sometimes these films retain some credibility through routine performances by the non-sex support, but in this case the supporting cast is so awful that they make sex-kitten Birgit Bergen look like Meryl Streep in a Troma production.


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