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Außer Rand und Band am Wolfgangsee (1972)

Unverhofft erbt das Nummerngirl Eva das marode "Schwarze Rössl" am Wolfgangsee. Mit ihrer resoluten Freundin Maxi und dem Hausfaktotum Zacherl nimmt sie den Kampf gegen das Nobel-Hotel "... See full summary »

Director:

Franz Antel

Writers:

Kurt Nachmann, Willy Fritsch (as Willy Pribil)
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Cast overview, first billed only:
Heidi Hansen Heidi Hansen ... Eva Lenz
Ernst Schütz Ernst Schütz ... Martin
Jutta Speidel ... Maxi
Michael Schanze Michael Schanze ... Jürgen
Paul Löwinger Paul Löwinger ... Zacherl
Hans Kraus Hans Kraus ... Leopold
Hans Terofal Hans Terofal ... Inspektor Holzinger
Erich Kleiber Erich Kleiber
Raoul Retzer Raoul Retzer ... Franz
Erich Padalewski Erich Padalewski
Franz Muxeneder Franz Muxeneder ... Anton
Hannelore Auer
Elisabeth Stiepl Elisabeth Stiepl
Eva Vodickova ... (as Eva Basch)
Catharina Conti Catharina Conti ... Putzi
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Unverhofft erbt das Nummerngirl Eva das marode "Schwarze Rössl" am Wolfgangsee. Mit ihrer resoluten Freundin Maxi und dem Hausfaktotum Zacherl nimmt sie den Kampf gegen das Nobel-Hotel "Weißes Rössl" auf. Die karge Herberge wird durch Evas Charme und kleine Mogeleien rasch zum Geheimtip für wohlstandsgeplagte Kurgäste, wobei sie geheime Hilfe durch ihren Verehrer Martin bekommt. Als sie erfährt, daß er Juniorchef bei ihrem ärgsten Konkurrenten "Weißes Rössl" ist, will sie das Hotel aus Trotz verkaufen. Martin gibt seine Herzdame jedoch nicht so schnell auf. Written by <young@Germanline.de>

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hotel | tourism | inheritance | See All (3) »

Genres:

Musical | Comedy

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Country:

West Germany | Austria

Language:

German | English

Release Date:

13 January 1972 (West Germany) See more »

Also Known As:

Cutting Loose at the Wolfgangsee See more »

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Mono

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Color (Ferraniacolor)
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Remake of Im schwarzen Rössl (1961) See more »

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Komm zurück nach Amarillo
Performed by Roberto Blanco
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SUMMER HOLIDAY WITH 2 BIMBOS
22 August 1999 | by jan onderwaterSee all my reviews

The title can not be aimed at the content nor the viewer: it is either a completely wild comedy nor will the the viewer be beside himself from laughing. The standard format of "let's start a hotel in the summer holiday season" may be slightly better (in the meaning of: clever) executed in this film than in the average German "summer holiday comedy" of the 70's, yet it is as tedious and hardly funny: not one fresh idea. Here we have in the lead two bimbos playing two bimbos, but the male cast is not any better: Schlager-singer Michael Schanze is a poor man's Roy Black (and thàt is very poor) and sly dog Ernst Schultz lets the colours of the film dwindle with his tooth-paste-smile-dentures.

Later in the 70's director Franz Antel, a man with no artistic aspirations what-so-ever, would make a number of so-called soft-sex comedies; in this film there are a couple of shots of girls (when Günther Phillip has his guest appearance) which can be seen as a first try in the genre.


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