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King Thrushbeard (1954)
"König Drosselbart" (original title)

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Georg Gütlich ...
König
Gisela Fritsch ...
Prinzessin Christine
Ottokar Runze ...
Peter Lehmbrock ...
Flitzo
Kurt Vespermann ...
Oberhofmeister
Mia Adomat ...
Hofdame
Maria Hofen ...
Hofdame
Else König ...
Hofdame
Günther Mehrholz ...
Bammel (as Günter Mehrholz)
Alexa von Porembsky ...
Marktfrau
Eleonore Tappert ...
Marktfrau
Hans Kwiet
Ernst Mattishent
Horst Pönichen
Rolf Schlegel
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15 August 1954 (West Germany)  »

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WITH LIGHT TOUCH DIRECTED FAIRY TALE
16 August 1999 | by (Amsterdam, The Netherlands) – See all my reviews

Children will not mind some awkward editing in, and the mediocre post-synchronization of this otherwise with light touch directed Grimm fairy tale. The basic theme of the fairy tale is that of Shakespeare's Taming of the Shrew. The film has romance, a couple of nice fencing scenes and a very nice princess. It has pace, a fine cast and delightful music in the Mozart idiom by Norbert Schultze. Noteworthy this film is also for Ottokar Runze in one of his rare acting parts; in the 70's he would become producer and director.


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