Gitta is an exceptionally able dancer in the very gymnastic German Tanzmariechen style. She is spotted by Georg Harding, a composer for the musical stage. Gitta's stuffy Father sends him away, but he contrives an invitation for her to Berlin.Written by
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Historically correct persiflage of the life "inside" the theater, behind the curtain. The impression of strangeness derives from that we are taken to the pre-television era. Played very fast, and thus very funny. Compare the introductory scene to the one of "Adventures in Babysitting." One of the better performances of Wolf Albach-Retty, who may have been more, in his time, than just Romy's father.
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