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Im weißen Rössl - Wehe Du singst! (2013)

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Cast

Cast overview, first billed only:
Diana Amft ... Ottilie Giesecke
Tobias Licht Tobias Licht ... Dr. Otto Siedler
Fritz Karl ... Leopold Brandmeyer
Edita Malovcic ... Josepha Vogelhuber
Gregor Bloéb Gregor Bloéb ... Sigismund Sülzheimer
Armin Rohde ... Wilhelm Giesecke
Julia Cencig Julia Cencig ... Clärchen Bachhuber
Gitta Schweighöfer ... Chefin
Aykut Kayacik Aykut Kayacik ... Chefkoch
Anja Knauer ... Xenia
Ben Ruedinger Ben Ruedinger ... Nobbe
Jana Reinermann ... Nikki
Sarah Wiener Sarah Wiener ... Jausenwirtin
Christian Weinberger Christian Weinberger ... Dynamit Charlie
Kathi Wörndl Kathi Wörndl
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Country:

Germany

Language:

German

Release Date:

7 November 2013 (Germany) See more »

Filming Locations:

St. Gilgen, Salzburg, Austria

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Trivia

The building that was used as "The White Horse Inn" is the former Brewery pub "Lueg", which is exactly on the other side of the Lake Wolfgangsee, where the actual "White Horse Inn". See more »

Goofs

When Ottilie dreams herself in the clouds she sees Otto Siedler far away flying. In the next shot from another angle he is right in front of her. See more »

Quotes

Ottilie Giesecke: Why are you worried? Yesterday you said no to me, cristal clear.
Dr. Otto Siedler: I said no because your proposal didn't seemed to come from the bottom of your heart but from the bottom of an empty booze bottle. I was afraid you would regret your step the next day and didn't wanted to embarress you.
Ottilie Giesecke: What If I have asked you sober?
Dr. Otto Siedler: Then my answer would have been the most yes-meaning yes with which somebody has ever answered a question.
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Crazy Credits

During and after the first closing credits an extra scene for the song "Im weißen Rössl' - Bollywood Version" is seen See more »

Connections

Version of Al cavallino bianco (1954) See more »

Soundtracks

Im weissen Rössl am Wolfgangsee
music: Ralph Benatzky
lyrics: Robert Gilbert
produced by 'Beat4Feet', Martin Gellner & Werner Stranka
performed by Armin Rohde, Edita Malovcic, Fritz Karl & Diana Amft
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