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The Wicked Dreams of Paula Schultz (1968)

Unrated | | Comedy | 14 October 1968 (Sweden)
A beautiful East German Olympic hopeful pole-vaults over the Berlin Wall to freedom.



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Cast overview, first billed only:
... Paula Schultz
... Bill Mason
... Klaus
... Herbert Sweeney
... Weber
... Oscar
... Barbara Sweeney
... Rocco
... Owl (as Theo Marcuse)
... Grossmeyer
John Myhers ... Boss
... Hilda
... Klabfus
... Cab Driver
... Kessel


A beautiful East German Olympic hopeful pole-vaults over the Berlin Wall to freedom.

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Did you ever see a dream running? Jumping? Stripping? Hiding? Not hiding? See more »




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14 October 1968 (Sweden)  »

Also Known As:

Los perversos sueños de una rubia  »

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Not only were four of the principal actors from Hogan's Heroes the stars of this film, but four more actors in this film appeared on the TV series:
  • Theodore Marcuse played a different role in three different Hogan's Heroes episodes, as General Freidrich von Heiner, Pierre & Ludwig Strasser.
  • Larry D. Mann also played a different role in three different Hogan's Heroes episodes, as Illyich Igor Zagoskin, SS General Brenner & Doctor Vanetti.
  • John Myhers played a different role in four different Hogan's Heroes episodes, as Colonel Schneider, Dr. Hermann Felzer, General Wittkamper & Field Marshal von Heinke.
  • Barbara Morrison played a role in a Hogan's Heroes episode, as Mrs. Gretchen Schultz.
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Paula breaks the window of the Bayerisches Hofbräu throwing a tray as a discus, but in the next scene it is whole again. See more »


Paula Schultz: Oh, go away. Do you wanna get shot?
Bill Mason: All right, so I'll be a bullet ridden husband.
Paula Schultz: Maybe a few holes will let your dishonesty leak out.
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Referenced in Made in Germany (1998) See more »

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Ja Wohl, Herr Kommandant!
28 March 2008 | by See all my reviews

Yep, I agree with the previous reviewer that this film is similar to Hogan's Heroes (sort of) except it is set in 1967 when it was filmed and in Commie East Deutschland instead of WW2 Nazi Deutschland.

I received a bootleg copy in the mail today and I did indeed buy it only for the pop culture kitsch of seeing Bob Crane, Werner Klemperer, Leon Askin and John Banner playing 'contemporary' characters in 1960's clothing. John Banner does not have his Schultz mustache in this movie, but he sure plays the character just like good old Sgt.Schultz circa 1943. 1967 contemporary settings and costumes or not, these actors were already forever typecast as Col. Robert E. Hogan, Col. Wilhelm Klink, Gen. Albert Burkhalter and Sgt. Hans Schultz.

I liked this movie a little, for the single reason that is: the beautiful Elke Sommer is so hot! Wow! She was in her prime.

This film was made and released just as the MPAA film board was loosening its' grip on the movie studios ability to write and film and release 'naughtier' and 'sexier' (and more violent) adult themed movies, so this movie is a wee bit risqué by 1967 standards but is quite tame by todays standards. It's a typical goofy 1960's sex comedy.

Knowing what we know now about the private sex life of Bob Crane, seeing him do a sex comedy while riding the crest of the wave of Hogan's Heroes fame is interesting. Werner Klemperer was apparently a skirt chaser in real life as well, having been married multiple times.

My great joy out of all this is the knowledge that I finally have the autographs of Bob Crane, Werner Klemperer, John Banner and Leon Askin and the rest of the Hogans Heroes cast. The only ones I am missing are Howard Caine, a semi-regular cast member who played Maj. Hochstetter, the SS interrogator, and Fraulein Hilda/Helga, played by Bob Crane's future wife, Sigrid Valdis.

IF YOU KNOW OF ANYBODY WHO HAS THESE AUTOGRAPHS FOR SALE PLEASE MESSAGE ME THROUGH IMDb! I cannot find them anywhere! Not even on the most famous online auction site....Especially Howard Caine's.

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