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Zwei Rebläuse auf dem Weg zur Loreley (1974)

Two dumb blokes are searching for the illegitimate sons of an old captain. But it soon turns out, that the sons are daughters.


Quirin Steinar


August Rieger




Credited cast:
Fritz Korn Fritz Korn ... Josef
Olli Maier Olli Maier ... Jupp (as Reinhard Maier)
Erich Kleiber Erich Kleiber ... Conrad
Helmut Berg Helmut Berg
Johanna Forster Johanna Forster ... Paula Schmitz, Tochter
Rest of cast listed alphabetically:
Almut Berg ... Mariechen
Alexandra Bogojevic Alexandra Bogojevic ... Passagierin
Elke Boltenhagen ... Paula Schmitz - Mutter
Elke Deuringer Elke Deuringer ... Trude Schmitz - Mutter
Bertram Edelmann Bertram Edelmann ... Georg Wurster
Claudia Fielers Claudia Fielers ... Else Schmitz, Tochter
Eva Garden Eva Garden ... Trude Schmitz - Tochter
Helmut Gauer Helmut Gauer ... Pfarrer Bollinger
Anneliese Groebl Anneliese Groebl ... Stripper
Eva Gross Eva Gross ... Freundin von Connie


Two dumb blokes are searching for the illegitimate sons of an old captain. But it soon turns out, that the sons are daughters.

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Carry on Up the Rhineland
22 February 2009 | by John_MclarenSee all my reviews

Classic 1974 German softcore, with our two "heros" travelling up the Rhine and managing to convince innocent German fraulein to disrobe at the drop of a toothy grin.

Sure, we have seen it all before (indeed it had a regular run on German TV's SAT1). The two main male characters are a Bavarian Abbott and Costello, whose antics we wouldn't bother watching were it not for the women whom they inexplicably seem able to attract. Sure some of them are a bit big in the Bumdestag, but what you see is all real.

With plenty of FFN and some gorgeous shots of the Rhine Valley, it is the perfect setting for a harmless bit of erotica. Sure, it's no more than the standard fare, but that is kinda why we watch this stuff.

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4 October 1974 (West Germany) See more »

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