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Michael Schreiner ...
Mathias
Katharina Müller-Elmau ...
Eva
Claus-Peter Seifert ...
Theo
Michael Tregor ...
Sebastian
Thomas Schücke ...
Thomas Schücke
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Françoise Müller
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Moderatorin (Host)
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Türsteher (Doorman)
Stefan von Moers ...
Robert
Thomas Nowak ...
Young Mathias
Hedi Kriegeskotte ...
Seine Mutter (His Mother)
Willi Thomczyk ...
Sein Vater (His Father)
Alfred Roth ...
Sein Opa (His Grandpa)
Diana Stresing ...
Angelika
Mike Windgassen ...
Jürgen
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Trivia

"Drei D" contains a couple of cross-references to "Play it Again, Sam" - directed by Herbert Ross, written by Woody Allen. "PIAS" is mentioned in the dialogue, the German movie poster is shown, the central character is seen watching "PIAS" in a cinema - being the only spectator in a big theater, and the closing scene is a direct homage to "PIAS" (which in turn is an homage to Michael Curtiz' "Casablanca") See more »

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References Abraham Lincoln (1930) See more »

Soundtracks

You Always Hurt The One You Love
Written by Allan Roberts (uncredited) and Doris Fisher (uncredited)
Performed by The Mills Brothers with Spike Jones and His City Slickers
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