Der eingebildete Kranke (1952)



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Cast overview, first billed only:
Joe Stöckel Joe Stöckel ... Daxenmeyer / Der eingebildete Kranke
Oskar Sima ... Mordius / Kurpfuscher
Inge Egger ... Ursel Daxenmeyer
Jupp Hussels ... Dr. Hartwig
Lucie Englisch ... Sophie
Albert Florath Albert Florath ... Bastelmann
Franz Muxeneder Franz Muxeneder ... Kuno
Gunnar Möller Gunnar Möller ... Peter
Jochen Hauer Jochen Hauer ... Adolf
Ulrich Beiger Ulrich Beiger ... Rolf
Harry Halm Harry Halm ... Polizist
Paul Schwed Paul Schwed ... Hausierer
Gertrud Wolle Gertrud Wolle ... Emma
Maria Krahn Maria Krahn ... Frieda
Sonja Costa Sonja Costa ... Loni


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West Germany



Release Date:

14 March 1952 (Austria) See more »

Filming Locations:

Geiselgasteig, Bavaria, Germany See more »

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Production Co:

König Film See more »
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Aspect Ratio:

1.37 : 1
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Competent modernisation of Moliere's play
26 August 1999 | by SMK-4See all my reviews

A competent modernisation of Moliere's play (malade imaginaire) into 1950s Germany, this film stays perhaps a bit too faithful to its original source. Medicine has made some progress since Moliere's time and women's role in society is not the same either. Both facts should have forced the scriptwriters to divert from the original in certain places but alas they didn't dare.

The cast is very good though - Joe Stoeckel and Oskar Sima are always their money worth, and only the romantic male lead seems somewhat miscast.

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