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Hochzeitsnacht im Regen (1967)

Young hairdresser Gabi from the Baltic coast desperately wants to be a jockey. One day, she packs her bags, drives to Hoppegarten and is soundly rejected by the head coach. She doesn't want... See full summary »

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Traudl Kulikowski ...
Gabi (as Traudl Kulikowsky)
Frank Schöbel ...
Freddy
Gerhard Bienert ...
Master of Provisions
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Engaged Man
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Chief Trainer
Elke Rieckhoff ...
Engaged Girl and Dancer
Gerd Ehlers ...
Innkeeper
Peter Reusse ...
Fritz
Dietmar Obst ...
Hans
Axel Dietrich ...
Kalle
Ina Martell ...
Second Engaged Girl
Hans-Dieter Tyrock ...
Short Man
Gerd E. Schäfer ...
Quizmaster
Otto Stark ...
Doctor
Agnes Kraus ...
Frau Müller
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Young hairdresser Gabi from the Baltic coast desperately wants to be a jockey. One day, she packs her bags, drives to Hoppegarten and is soundly rejected by the head coach. She doesn't want to give up, but to at least have a roof over her head, she rushes into a marriage with the seemingly nice Freddie. However, this marriage soon proves to be her second rejection. Freddie openly dislikes the fact that she wants to be a jockey. Her first ray of hope is that the stableman has a good heart and lets her train in secret. Slowly, Freddie begins to understand as well: he sells his motorcycle to sponsor her in the international beginner's race in Budapest. Naturally, she wins and her delayed wedding celebration takes place in Budapest. Written by DEFA Film Library

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14 May 1967 (East Germany)  »

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Hääyö sateessa  »

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2.35 : 1
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Music by Wolfram Heicking, Lyrics by Horst Seemann & Karl-Heinz Lennartz
Performed by Orchester Günter Gollasch
Sung by Frank Schöbel
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