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Kora Terry (1940)

The story of two unequal performing twin sisters.

Director:

Georg Jacoby

Writers:

Hans-Caspar von Zobeltitz (novel) (as H.C. von Zobeltitz), Lotte Neumann (as C.H. Diller) | 1 more credit »
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Cast

Cast overview, first billed only:
Marika Rökk ... Kora Terry / Mara Terry
Will Quadflieg ... Michael Varany
Josef Sieber Josef Sieber ... Karel Tobias - gen. Tobs
Will Dohm ... Möller - Agent
Hans Leibelt ... Bartos - Direktor des Odeon
Ursula Herking Ursula Herking ... Frl. Haase -\sseine Sekretärn
Herbert Hübner ... Stefan Borodyn - Großindustrieller
Flockina von Platen Flockina von Platen ... Olly Laurens - seine Schwester
Franz Schafheitlin Franz Schafheitlin ... Vopescu
Friedl Haerlin
Maria Koppenhöfer ... Managerin der Truppe
Lotte Spira Lotte Spira ... Besitzerin des Kinderheims
Paul Bildt Paul Bildt ... Doktor der Untersuchungskommission
Rudolf Carl ... Artist mit dem Hundeakt
Andrews Engelmann
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The story of two unequal performing twin sisters.

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Drama | Musical

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Featured in Die UFA (1992) See more »

Soundtracks

Wenn es Frühling wird...
(Quand le printemps vient)
Music by Peter Kreuder
Lyrics by Guenther Schwenn (as Günther Schwenn)
Sung by Lucienne Dugard & Marika Rökk
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A double portion can be lethal.
20 July 2005 | by mart-45See all my reviews

Marika Rökk usually comes across as a competent comedienne. Well, in this case she gravely overdoes almost everything an actress should avoid. The dual role is quite awful - badly written and badly acted. One of the sisters is a super-bitch from hell, and the other the purest of angels. Both are quite off the scale and rather embarrassing to watch. I don't like to see the people I like in embarrassing situations, therefore I don't recommend this film. Marika Rökk has done so much better films, and unless you are determined to have all her re-released films in your collection, stay clear of this turkey. Unless you enjoy a guilty pleasure of seeing a star making a fool of herself. Why don't you buy Frau Meiner Träume or Gasparone instead - better stories, better music, better dances, better films. And better Marika.


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Country:

Germany

Language:

German

Release Date:

1950 (West Germany) See more »

Also Known As:

Bibô no teki See more »

Company Credits

Production Co:

Universum Film (UFA) See more »
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Technical Specs

Sound Mix:

Mono

Aspect Ratio:

1.37 : 1
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