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All Kitties Go for Sweeties (1969)

Alle Kätzchen naschen gern (original title)
An Earl and a Colonel both claim ownership of the same castle (including one manservant) by dividing it up with a red line. They bet each other that the first man to bed a local virgin of his choice gets to keep the castle.

Director:

Giuseppe Zaccariello (as Josef Zachar)

Writers:

Günther Heller (screenplay) (as Gunter Heller), Kurt Nachmann (screenplay)
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Cast

Credited cast:
Sieghardt Rupp ... Oberst
Ernst Stankovski Ernst Stankovski ... Graf
Edwige Fenech ... Blande
Angelica Ott ... Babette
Barbara Capell Barbara Capell ... Monique
Helen Vita ... Mme Peronnière
Ernst Waldbrunn Ernst Waldbrunn ... Generalprokurator
Ralf Wolter Ralf Wolter ... Philippe
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An Earl and a Colonel both claim ownership of the same castle (including one manservant) by dividing it up with a red line. They bet each other that the first man to bed a local virgin of his choice gets to keep the castle.

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Country:

West Germany

Language:

German

Release Date:

19 September 1969 (West Germany) See more »

Also Known As:

The Sweet Pussycats See more »

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Lisa-Film See more »
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Technical Specs

Sound Mix:

Mono

Color:

Color

Aspect Ratio:

1.66 : 1
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German censorship visa # 41237 delivered on 4-9-1969. See more »

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Out of the treasure-box of Oswalt Kolle
10 November 2009 | by hasoschSee all my reviews

Until the Sixties, explicit sexuality was forbidden in German TV. When the big revelation came in the form of the abolishment of an old law, the German Sixties saw themselves populated by an inundation of movies about seducing and seduced young girls, sexual educations movies, the series "Schulmädchenreport", "Lederhosen" movies and more. In the same Sixties, besides this genre and the other genre of cheaply made criminal stories, practically nothing had been produced that was of any value. The big authority behind the sexual movies was the still living journalist and author Oswalt Kolle (who is naughtily even mentioned in the movie for all those who are able to follow the hodgepodge of original German, dubbed German and partly Italian spoken in "Alle Kätzchen Naschen Gern" (1969)). However, the times started to change, when R.W. Fassbinder released, in the same year 1969, his first feature-long movie "Love is colder than death" for which he used elements of French New Wave.

Frankly speaking: I have no idea who came to the crazy idea to dig the Schulmädchen-, Lederhosen-, Edgar Wallace- and all the related debris from the German Sixties out again and put them on international DVDs - while at the same time substantially good movies from earlier or later times must still wait until they see the light of the world again. Well, there can be only one answer: Somebody is making money with those movies and prints them Unrestored and without any commentaries and introductions. Probably, the copyright of none of these movies has been renewed ... . Although I do not recommend this and the related movies to anyone, I have overrated it with 7 points - since for someone who lives since a long time abroad and grew up with these movies, there is the choice of Wiedersehen - especially, in the movie annotated here, with Helen Vita and Ralf Wolter with whom whole generations grew up seeing them in practically all TV productions between the 50ies and the 80ies. On top of that - I do not think that it is just to punish someone or something who or that is intellectually deficient - those persons or things are already punished by their pure existence.


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