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In medieval Germany, poor and witty Till Eulenspiegel fools and cheats citizens, churchmen, and landlords. Although in most cases he uses his wit for personal well-being, he often helps the... See more »

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Winfried Glatzeder ...
Till Eulenspiegel
Cox Habbema ...
Rosine
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Ritter Kunz
Eberhard Esche ...
Fürst
Jürgen Gosch ...
Kaiser
Hans Teuscher ...
Hochstätter
Walter Bechstein ...
Diener bei Kunz
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Landsknecht bei Kunz
Marylu Poolman ...
Fürstin
Horst Lebinsky ...
Maler
Werner Dissel ...
Scholastischer Professor
Friedo Solter ...
Bauernjobst
Victor Deiß ...
Nuntius
Helmut Schreiber ...
Haushofmeister des Fürsten
B.K. Tragelehn ...
Humanistischer Professor
Peter Pauli ...
Prälat
Hartmut Beer ...
Führer der Wache
Gert Gütschow ...
Oberkämmerer des Kaisers
Gerry Wolff ...
Leibarzt des Kaisers Hübner
Heinz Hinze ...
Beichtvater Glapion
Dieter Montag ...
Dominikanerpater
Helmut Straßburger ...
Dorfpfarrer
Annette Roth ...
Magd des Dorfpfarrers
Jörg Gudzuhn ...
Oberhenker
Rest of cast listed alphabetically:
Paul Arenkens
Jan Bartels ...
Kind
Roland Beer ...
Paukerjäcklein
Peter Brang
Peter Dommisch
Bernd Dähne ...
Kind
Horst Giesen
Regine Heintze
Gerhard Henne ...
3. Professor (as Dr. Gerhard Henne)
Gudrun Jaster
Wolfgang Jaster
Thomas Just
Jürgen Klauß ...
2. Professor
Otto Krieg-Helbig ...
Hofrat
Bruno Lorenz
Harry Merkel ...
2. Prediger
Arnim Mühlstädt
Henny Müller
Günther Polensen
Kurt Radeke
Egon Schlegel
Hans-Dieter Schlegel
Erdmute Schmid ...
Bit
Konrad Schwalbe ...
1. Professor (as Prof. Dr. Konrad Schwalbe)
Hannes Stelzer
Jo-Hans Teska
Karl-Heinz Tetzner
Nico Turoff
Franz Viehmann ...
Kleinstadtpfarrer
Werner Wieland
Rolf Winkelgrund ...
1. Prediger

Directed by

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Rainer Simon

Written by

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Jürgen Klauß ... (collaborator)
 
Rainer Simon ... (book)
 
Christa Wolf ... (story)
 
Gerhard Wolf ... (story)

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Friedrich Goldmann

Cinematography by

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Claus Neumann

Film Editing by

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Helga Gentz

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Gerhard Helwig

Costume Design by

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Werner Bergemann

Makeup Department

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Klaus Becker ... makeup artist
Waltraud Becker ... makeup artist
Marianne Lange ... makeup artist
Klaus Petzold ... makeup artist

Production Management

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Helmut Bransky ... unit manager
Peter Fock ... unit manager
Uwe Geppert ... unit manager
Peter Paul Panicke ... unit manager
Martin Sonnabend ... production manager
Lutz Wittke ... unit manager

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Jürgen Klauß ... associate director
Marie-Luise Krause ... assistant director

Art Department

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Adolf Arnold ... set builder
Günter Kriewitz ... set builder
Günter Nielbock ... property master: exterieur
Hans-Joachim Schwarz ... set builder
Peter Zakrzewski ... set builder
Günter Zerreich ... property master: exterieur

Sound Department

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Gerhard Ribbeck ... sound mixer
Klaus Tolstorf ... sound

Camera and Electrical Department

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Frank Bredow ... assistant camera
Klaus Goldmann ... still photographer
Peter Meister ... gaffer

Music Department

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Walter Heinz Bernstein ... musician
Hans Grüß ... musical advisor / musical director: Capella Fidicina
Manfred Rosenberg ... musical director: DEFA-Sinfonie Orchester
Roland Zimmer ... musician

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Erwin Behrend ... animal trainer
Hans-Joachim Felber ... advisor
Werner Lenk ... advisor
Ingeborg Spriewald ... advisor
Hermann Ullmann ... animal trainer
Inka Unverzagt ... choreographer
Manfred Wolter ... dramaturgist
Wilfried Zander ... animal trainer

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Plot Summary

In medieval Germany, poor and witty Till Eulenspiegel fools and cheats citizens, churchmen, and landlords. Although in most cases he uses his wit for personal well-being, he often helps the poor and weak. Eventually, he gains an influential but also dangerous position as royal fool at the court of the emperor. Written by Knut Behrends

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Also Known As
  • Dyl Sowizdrzal (Poland)
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  • 100 min
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Movie Connections Version of Till Eulenspiegel (1967). See more »

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