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Die lustigen Weiber (1936)

When Sir John Falstaff decides that he wants to have a little fun he writes two letters to a pair of Window wives: Mistress Ford and Mistress Page. When they put their heads together and ... See full summary »

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Viola Evans
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Maria Krahn ...
Frau Hurtig / Mistress Page
Ellen Frank ...
Frl. Betty White
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Herr Fluth / Frank Ford
Franz Zimmermann ...
Valentin Fluth
Helmut Weiss ...
Junker Schwächling (as Hellmuth Weiß)
Helmut Hoffmann ...
Fenton (as Hellmuth Hoffmann)
Gustav Püttjer ...
Erwin van Roy ...
Nym (as Erwin v. Roy)
Armin Schweizer ...
Herr Page (as Arnim Schweizer)
Ruth Claus ...
Eduard Wenck ...
Mr. Burns
Else Reval ...
Mrs. Burns
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When Sir John Falstaff decides that he wants to have a little fun he writes two letters to a pair of Window wives: Mistress Ford and Mistress Page. When they put their heads together and compare missives, they plan a practical joke or two to teach the knight a lesson. But Mistress Ford's husband is a very jealous man and is pumping Falstaff for information of the affair. Meanwhile the Pages' daughter Anne is besieged by suitors.

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Comedy | Musical

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24 January 1936 (Germany)  »

Also Known As:

A windsori víg nők  »

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1.37 : 1
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