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Wer zuletzt lacht, lacht am besten (1971)


Harald Reinl


Klaus E.R. von Schwarze (screenplay), Kurt Nachmann (screenplay) (as Johannes Weiss)




Cast overview, first billed only:
Roy Black ... Robby Mertens
Uschi Glas ... Sabine Frobenius
Theo Lingen ... Theo Frobenius
Ilja Richter ... Andy
Siegfried Schürenberg Siegfried Schürenberg ... General Pusch
Elke Aberle Elke Aberle ... Tina
Raoul Retzer Raoul Retzer ... Leopold
Ulrich Beiger Ulrich Beiger ... Richard Mertens
Elisabeth Felchner Elisabeth Felchner ... Dunja
Brigitte Stein Brigitte Stein ... Claudia
Margot Mahler ... Inge Neuhaus
Ursula Reit ... Margot Krüglein
Klaus Hoeft Klaus Hoeft ... (as Klaus Höft)
Hansi Linder ... Senta
Joey Schoenfelder Joey Schoenfelder


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Did You Know?


The Protzenstellung, the limber position, which is mentioned by General Pusch in the middle of the night when telling his grandson to sleep, actually refers to the limber, which is used in the military for canon transport assistance. In the limber position the limbers mostly are removed and hidden for some distance away from the shooting situation. See more »


Before setting the hotel on smoke Andy is holding his watch directly into the camera instead of looking at it himself. See more »


Andy: My Sabine.
Robby Mertens: Or mine. By all friendship, dear Andy, but here I won't ask you for permission.
Andy: Not me, but your wife.
Robby Mertens: Who?
Andy: Well, your darling spouse is greeting you warmly and when you don't send money soon bad luck will appear.
Robby Mertens: My spouse?
Andy: Well, that's what it says: To Mr. Jack Neuhaus, Hotel Seefels Palace. Right?
Robby Mertens: I'm married?
Andy: Good that it comes into your mind right now.
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Crazy Credits

The opening credits are mostly written on cards which have motives, which fit to the job of the names, e.g. the scriptwriters names are on cards with a feather and inc on it and the composers, lyricist and musical producer's names are on a card with notes and a singing bird. See more »


Version of Der Revisor (1955) See more »

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8 June 1999 | by J. SteedSee all my reviews

Not as bad as the average vehicle for Mr. Dull himself: Roy Black, but still not very entertaining either. Great comic Theo Lingen tries to make something out of this insipid farce, but against this poor material even hìs talents our powerless. And just when after an hour you begin to think (and hope) that Mr. Dull is not going to sing, he strikes back with 2 songs within 10 minutes, the villain. I do not know who had the last laugh, but I did not have a first one to start with. For the real die-hard fan (what is his state of mind?) of Roy Black only.

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West Germany



Release Date:

9 February 1971 (West Germany) See more »

Also Known As:

Hilfe, ich werde Papa See more »

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Production Co:

Lisa-Film, Divina-Film See more »
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Color (Eastmancolor)

Aspect Ratio:

1.66 : 1
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