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German sex comedies of the 1970s are normally pigeon-holed in that they almost always belong to one particular subgenre. In this case, we have a combination of two subgenres: it is a holiday sex picture but it also belongs to the category of Bavarian sex flicks, complete with rivalry between Bürgermeister (Lord Mayor) and priest.
Apart from that the picture is fairly unremarkable. The humour is strictly low-brow (as apparently required by both these subgenres), and the plot elements are wafer-thin and lack conviction, e.g. why this expatriate con man looks like the priest is a question that is never even addressed and certainly not answered. To recommend the film it has the gorgeous Gina Janssen to boost, but her involvement is rather one-dimensional too.
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