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Man spricht deutsh ()


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A very middle-class Bavarian family spend the last day of their Mediterranean vacation on the beach, day-dreaming and muttering racist remarks about Italians.

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Gerhard Polt ...
Erwin Löffler
Gisela Schneeberger ...
Irmgard Löffler
Dieter Hildebrandt ...
Dr. Friedhelm Eigenbrodt
Werner Schneyder ...
Von Bronstedt
Michael Gahr ...
Dr. Wilms
Enzo Cannavale ...
Paolo, italian beach observer
Siegfried Mahler ...
Mr. Endress
Elisabeth Welz ...
Mrs. Endress
Isa Haller ...
Mrs. Häberle
Thomas Geier ...
Heinz Rüdiger
Pamela Prati ...
Violetta
Ambrogio Chirico ...
Giancarlo
Giulio Marchetti ...
Receptionist in high-class hotel
Luigi Tortora ...
Franco
Gottfried Drexler ...
Dr. Amöbius, the blabber (as Friedl Drexler)
Luigi Coppa ...
Man in deckchair
Andrea Castaldi ...
Receptionist
Ovidio Talto ...
Receptionist / Carabiniere
Franco Marsala ...
Child at the car
Antonella Morea ...
Italian Mother
Mauro Marino ...
Italian Father
Horst Peukert ...
Man with rubber dinghy
Hansi Well ...
Mr. Rößner
Dietmar Kawohl ...
Mr. Liebl
Rosemarie Kawohl ...
Mrs. Liebl
Henry Schroeder ...
Mr. Hitzl
Claudia Raab ...
Mrs. Stöppelkamp
Antonella Buda ...
Teutonian girl
Rolf Falter ...
2. Mototeutonian
Pit Kummer ...
3. Mototeutonian
Skip Thaler ...
4. Mototeutonian
Helmut Wittmann ...
5. Mototeutonian at the barbecue
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Directed by

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Hanns Christian Müller

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Hanns Christian Müller ... (writer) &
Gerhard Polt ... (writer)

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Bernd Eichinger ... co-producer
Hans Weth ... producer

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Hanns Christian Müller

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James Jacobs

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Hannes Nikel

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Angela Picker ... assistant editor

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Cristina Romagnoli ... (as Christina Romagnoll-Goliner)

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Claudia Bobsin

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Hedy Pollack ... makeup artist

Production Management

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Harry Nap ... production manager
Maurizio Pastrovich ... production manager

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Goffredo Unger ... assistant director (as Fred Unger)

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Bernd Grotzke ... assistant property master

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Milan Bor ... sound mixer
Rudolf Hellwig ... sound assistant
Haymo Heyder ... sound
Angelika Krämer ... dubbing editor

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Claudette Barius ... still photographer
Vasco Benucci ... assistant camera
Bruno Brunello ... assistant camera
Angelo Casasanta ... electrician
Alberto Emidi ... key grip
Aldo Galigani ... key grip
Giorgio Garibaldi Schwarze ... still photographer (as Giorgio Swartz)
Tony Hofmann ... assistant camera (as Toni Hofmann)
Bernard Lessing ... still photographer
Romano Mancini ... key grip
Tommaso Mele ... key grip
Paul Oldenbourg ... video technician
Riccardo Ricci ... electrician
Werner Wiese ... key grip
Raimund Wimer ... key grip

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Monika Hinz ... assistant costume designer

Location Management

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Fred Berger ... location manager
Mario Puglia ... location manager
Monica Verzolini ... location manager

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Antonio Corcione ... driver
Giacinto Di Fabio ... driver
Guilio L'Aurora ... driver
Mario Schillro ... driver
Fabio Unger ... driver

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Karin Berner ... production secretary
Barbara Grundler ... production secretary
Silvia Hruska ... production secretary
Henning Rothkopf ... business manager
Nereo Salustri ... legal services
Anne Schneider-Tantz ... production secretary
Marco Spoletini ... extras leader
Gretl Zeilinger ... continuity / script supervisor
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  • Arco 2 (technical equipment)

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Plot Summary

Bavarian comedian Gerhard Polt caricatures a German family on their vacation in Italy. The beer-bellied father and his wife, their spoilt son and the old couple in the adjoining deck-chairs; they spend each day on the same spot on the same beach, day-dreaming, leaving their junk in the sand and making racist comments about Italians. After all Italy would be a perfect place without the Italians... Written by Lutz van Hasselt

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  • Man spricht deutsh (West Germany)
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  • 84 min
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Trivia The spelling error in the title is intentional. See more »
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