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Eight year old Paul and his mother just moved to a skyscraper. After an embarrassing encounter with Anna, Paul meets her in the elevator. Anna makes fun of him and they start to quarrel. They can't arrange about going up or down. The... See more »

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Tobias Gottschlich ...
Paul
Anne Szarvasy ...
Anna
Ulrike Hanke-Haensch ...
Frau Wolle
Heike Katzwinkel ...
Frau Schöne
Hajo Müller ...
Ritter Friedhelm
Joachim Schönitz ...
Hausmeister
Anne-Else Paetzold ...
Hexe
Klaus Piontek ...
Stimme Pferd
Joachim Kaps ...
Stimme Wecker
Dieter Knust ...
Erster Möbelpacker
Heini Müller ...
Zweiter Möbelpacker

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Günter Meyer

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Helmut Bergmann ... (writer)
 
Gerd Gericke ... (dramatisation)
 
Anne Goßens ... (scenario)
 
Günter Meyer ... (writer)

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Johannes Schlecht

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Helmut Bergmann

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Helga Risch Wardeck ... (as Helga Wardeck)

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Karla Camara ... assistant editor

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Heinz Röske

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Barbara Braumann

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Ruth Uthoff ... makeup artist
Peter Vohs ... makeup artist

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Andreas Berndt ... production manager
Oscar Ludmann ... production leader
Lutz Rabbach ... assistant production manager

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Marlies Butzlaff ... first assistant director (as Marlies Rütz-Butzlaff)
Mario Kuban ... second assistant director

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Marcus Berndt ... property master
Peter Glaser ... props
Jochen Hamann ... construction coordinator
Günter Hartmann ... stage designer
Andreas Herberg ... carpenter: Nicht Im Abspann
Joachim Otto ... set designer
Peter Zakrzewski ... set builder (as Peter J. Zakrzewski)

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Harry Fuchs ... assistant sound
Hugo Gries ... foley artist
Helga Kadenbach ... sound mixer
Wolfgang Staab ... sound

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Wolfgang Chevalier ... animation (as Wolfgang Chevallier)
Heiko Ebert ... animation
Armin Jäger ... special effects
Angela Kern ... animation
Franz Lenk ... special effects
Tony Loeser ... animation
Kurt Marks ... special effects
Bernhard Schirmer ... special effects
Jan-Peter Schmarje ... special effects
Horst Schmidt ... special effects
Norbert Stolze ... special effects
Siegfried Wunsch ... special effects

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Werner Debert ... gaffer
Hans-Jürgen Hoeftmann ... second assistant camera
Wolfgang Kroffke ... first assistant camera
Eliane Rehor ... camera operator

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Cornelia Flechtner ... wardrobe

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Plot Summary

Eight year old Paul and his mother just moved to a skyscraper. After an embarrassing encounter with Anna, Paul meets her in the elevator. Anna makes fun of him and they start to quarrel. They can't arrange about going up or down. The elevator suddenly drops and carries them deep down into the realms of a wicked witch. The witch is out for their youth, since her own time is running out. Their only chance against her is for once to help together. They meet a blind horse, a clock without clock hand and a knight without courage helping them on their journey. Written by Tom Zoerner

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Also Known As
  • Ol' Witch (United States)
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  • 75 min
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Movie Connections References ALF (1986). See more »
Quotes [Paul tries to fit his hand through the cast iron gate but it cuts him]
Ritter Friedhelm: Sharp as a razor.
Paul: Darn witch... Unless... Could the alarm clock...?
Wecker: I? Little weak clock? And without hands!
[He hides in Friedhelm's saddlebag. Friedhelm grabs him but the alarm clock holds onto the lining]
Wecker: No! Let me go!
[the alarm clock's arms stretch as he's pulled out of the bag]
Wecker: I don't want to!
[He ends up tearing out the lining of the saddlebag]
Ritter Friedhelm: Coward.
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