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Karbid und Sauerampfer ()


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After the second World War, Dresden has a lot of reconstructing to do. To get the cigarette factory he once worked for running again, Kalle has to travel to Wittenberg - the only place where carbide can be found. Once there, Kalle finds... See more »

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Kalle
Marita Böhme ...
Karla
Manja Behrens ...
Clara
Margot Busse ...
Karin
Werner Möhring ...
Peter
Peter Dommisch ...
Paul
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Kutscher
Bruno Carstens ...
Polizeikommissar
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Sowjetischer Kommandant (as A. M. Presnezow)
L.P. Svetlov ...
Wirtschaftsoffizier (as L.P. Swetlow)
Kurt Rackelmann ...
Riese
Rudolf Asmus ...
Sänger
Fred Ludwig ...
Ganove
Günter Rüger ...
Mann mit Marmeladeneimer
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Arbeiter (as Fritz Dietz)
Jochen Thomas ...
LKW-Fahrer
Hans-Dieter Schlegel ...
US-Offizier
Peter Kalisch ...
Mann mit Hut
Otto Saltzmann ...
Alter Mann
Albert Zahn ...
LKW-Fahrer
Wolfram Handel ...
Beifahrer
Gerd Ehlers ...
Fleischer
Hans Hardt-Hardtloff ...
Kommissar
Elsa Grube-Deister ...
Erste Frau im Sägewerk
Gina Presgott ...
Zweite Frau im Sägewerk
Agnes Kraus ...
Erste Frau auf dem Friedhof
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Zweite Frau auf dem Friedhof
Else Korén ...
Dritte Frau auf dem Friedhof
Maria Besendahl ...
Vierte Frau auf dem Friedhof
Gertrud Brendler ...
Fünfte Frau auf dem Friedhof
Frank Michelis ...
Erster Arbeiter
Hermann Eckhardt ...
Zweiter Arbeiter
Georg Helge ...
Dritter Arbeiter
Hanna Rieger
Jochen Diestelmann
Harald Moszdorf
Horst Giese
Werner Pfeifer
Eberhard Schneider
Gisela Graupner
Ilona Rüger
Hans Schmidt
Anita Drechsler

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Frank Beyer

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Frank Beyer ... (writer)
 
Christel Gräf ... (dramatisation)
 
Hans Oliva ... (scenario)

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Joachim Werzlau

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Günter Marczinkowsky

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Hildegard Conrad

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Alfred Hirschmeier

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Helga Scherff

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Lothar Stäglich ... makeup artist
Rosemarie Stäglich ... makeup artist

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Gert Klisch ... assistant production manager
Oscar Ludmann ... production manager (as Oskar Ludmann)
Martin Sonnabend ... production leader

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Helmut Dziuba ... first assistant director
Sigrid Meyer ... second assistant director

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Theo Görgens ... property master
Bruno Möller ... set builder
Willi Schäfer ... construction coordinator

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Bernd Gerwien ... sound

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Jörg Erkens ... camera operator
Günther Müller ... gaffer
Hans-Jürgen Sasse ... camera operator: second unit
Heinz Wenzel ... assistant camera (as Hein Wenzel)

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Plot Summary

After the second World War, Dresden has a lot of reconstructing to do. To get the cigarette factory he once worked for running again, Kalle has to travel to Wittenberg - the only place where carbide can be found. Once there, Kalle finds himself in the unfortunate situation of having to hitchhike his way back to Dresden, transporting seven heavy barrels of carbide. However, his inventiveness and optimistic attitude help transform the grueling task into an adventurous, entertaining, and funny journey. Written by c.winter

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Also Known As
  • Carbide and Sorrel (United States)
  • Karbid i szczaw (Poland)
  • Karbid és sóska (Hungary)
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  • 85 min
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Trivia The episode of Kalle getting stuck in a minefield looking for mushrooms is based on a real-life experience of Kurt Maetzig. See more »

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