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Oh Jonathan, oh Jonathan! (1973)

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Complete credited cast:
Heinz Rühmann ... Konsul Jonathan Reynold
Franziska Oehme Franziska Oehme ... Eva Schmidt
Paul Dahlke ... Dr. Paul Heizer
Peter Fricke ... Tobias Reynold
Paul Verhoeven ... Monsignore Berghammer
Ingeborg Lapsien Ingeborg Lapsien ... Schwester Barbara
Kurt Buecheler Kurt Buecheler ... Robert - Butler
Marlies Schönau Marlies Schönau ... Frau Benditö-Degenhard
Astrid Meyer-Gossler Astrid Meyer-Gossler ... Gloria - ihre Tochter
Wega Jahnke Wega Jahnke ... Trixi - Evas Freundin
Beppo Brem Beppo Brem ... Gepäckträger
Paul Neuhaus Paul Neuhaus ... Chefreporter
Jürgen Scheller Jürgen Scheller ... Reporter
Erich Kleiber Erich Kleiber ... Kellner
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Country:

West Germany

Language:

German

Release Date:

10 May 1973 (West Germany) See more »

Also Known As:

Oh Jonathan See more »

Filming Locations:

Munich, Bavaria, Germany

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Terra-Filmkunst See more »
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Mono

Color:

Color (Eastmancolor)
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Remake of It Started with Eve (1941) See more »

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NOT BAD AND FUN TO WATCH
2 October 1999 | by jan onderwaterSee all my reviews

The original "It started with Eve" (1941) is a much more charming film, but still this well-paced remake is not bad either and is fun to watch, albeit too loud and farcical at moments. Director Wirth generally keeps things in check, but he could not make Peter Fricke (as Tobias) at least acceptable. Minuses are compensated by Heinz Rühmann as the grumpy but also charming Jonathan, his timing is immaculate. Other fine supporting actors are Paul Dahlke, the charming Franzika Oehme in the Deanne Durbin part and Beppo Brem in a bit part as the carrier.

Considered in 1973 as too oldfashioned (too 50's), 25 years later this comedy is less dated than the then comedies that were considered contemporary.


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