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Nicht fummeln, Liebling! (1970)


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Werner Enke (as Peter Schlieper), Ch. Karich (idea)
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Cast overview:
Werner Enke ... Charly
Gila von Weitershausen ... Christine
Henry van Lyck ... Harry
Elke Haltaufderheide Elke Haltaufderheide ... Elke (as Elke Hart)
Benno Hoffmann Benno Hoffmann ... Ö(h)l
Jean Launay ... Lux
Otto Sander
Iris Gras Iris Gras
Sabrina A. Wengen Sabrina A. Wengen ... (as Sabine à Wengen)
Michael Cromer Michael Cromer ... Hanspeter Pumm
Johannes Buzalski ... Polizist
Ingrid Stahl Ingrid Stahl
Kasimir Esser Kasimir Esser ... Kasimir
Karl Schönböck ... Schauspieler in Geiselgasteig
Erica Beer Erica Beer ... Schauspielerin in Geiselgasteig


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West Germany



Release Date:

9 January 1970 (West Germany) See more »

Also Known As:

No Pawing, Darling See more »

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Production Co:

Cinenova Film See more »
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Aspect Ratio:

1.33 : 1
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Referenced in Wenn die tollen Tanten kommen (1970) See more »

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It´s difficult to say in english "bollerig","abgelascht" or "Wurstomane"
12 February 2000 | by Miele-3See all my reviews

This film is based on the character of Charlie, a "student" ("for studying I´m too old.") living in Munich, prefering to lie in bed and watch the test-programme instead of doing anything else, which would include "much too much action". His precioust possesions are an article about heart attacks - he tries to give up smoking - and his "writer-jacket". The film starts as his girl-friend throws him out of her flat, cause he didn´t try to get a job. (He spent the whole morning watching people going to work and got nausea.) He shuffles to his mate Henry´s appartment ("Out again"-"Come in"), where he tries to relax. This doesn´t work, because his mate takes him with him to the Bavaria studios to make some money as super-numeraries, but Charlies ideas of using a subjectiv camera and only film him from the left, cause he considers this one to be his better side, lead to another throw-out. And to the historical comment from Charly to the porter " Go and get a spade - somewhere in this area the German film must be buried!" The other action Charly gets involved in is the arson at a department store (precisly the toilet of it as the "twice potentielled exponent of nowerdays consum-society")planned by the revolutionary friends of Henry and only executibal by Charly, who is the only one who manages to get locked in the building. But he isn´t really interested and uses the location for a date with the rich man´s daughter he got known to that afternoon, to have some fun with her at the camping-section. It all ends after some kind of car chase with the police ("Two driving-lessons are in fact too little")with Charly walking out of the scene, smoking a cigarette, commenting "You don´t even manage to quit smoking."

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