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Die Beine von Dolores (1957)


Géza von Cziffra (as Geza von Cziffra)


Géza von Cziffra (as Peter Trenck)




Cast overview, first billed only:
Germaine Damar ... Dolores Martens, Tänzerin
Claus Biederstaedt ... Dr. Hans Lorenz
Ruth Stephan Ruth Stephan ... Auguste Link, Chefin des "Pigalle"
Theo Lingen ... Theobald Schreyer, Finanzier
Gunther Philipp Gunther Philipp
Bum Krüger Bum Krüger ... Adalbert Martens, Vater von Dolores
Ralf Wolter Ralf Wolter ... Mecki Wenzel, ein Alles-Könner
Bobby Todd Bobby Todd ... Herr Lehmann, Sektfabrikant
Lotte Rausch Lotte Rausch ... Hildegard Lehmann, seine Gattin
Waltraut Runze Waltraut Runze ... Schwester Elvira
Hans Schwarz Jr. Hans Schwarz Jr. ... 1. Pfleger in der Klinik (as Hans Schwarz)
Karin Faber Karin Faber ... Betty Haas - Tänzerin
Grethe Weiser ... Martha Martens, Mutter von Dolores
Lys Assia ... Sängerin
René Carol René Carol ... Sänger


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Schöne Frauen, schmissige Musik, herzerfrischender Humor in einer prächtigen Revue


Comedy | Musical


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West Germany



Release Date:

18 November 1957 (West Germany) See more »

Also Known As:

As Pernas de Dolores See more »

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Technical Specs

Sound Mix:

Mono (Klangfilm-Eurocord)


Color (Eastmancolor)

Aspect Ratio:

1.37 : 1
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German musical comedy
22 April 2002 | by magazetteSee all my reviews

I saw this film in Frankfurt (then West Germany)in the late winter of 1957-58. It was my first German film, and somewhat of a shocker to one accustomed to American films. I could understand little of the dialog (the title means "Dolores' Legs"), but it was funny, the characters were attractive (especially Dolores). The scene which remains most vivid in my memory is a song, "Wo scheint die Sonne so hell wie Alabama?" ("Where does the sun shine as bright as in Alabama") Talk about your artistic license! It's a cowboy scene right out of southern Arizona, saguaro cacti and all, but in Alabama! I have learned a great deal more German since '57, and would REALLY like to see this film again. You'd like it, too! It's a hoot! -- John W. Hall

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