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Help, I Love Twins (1969)

Hilfe, ich liebe Zwillinge (original title)
Young photographer Andy is commissioned to take advertising photographs of the film star Hanna Peters. She is on holiday, and to his confusion and bewilderment Andy finds that her twin ... See full summary »

Director:

Peter Weck

Writer:

August Rieger

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Cast

Credited cast:
Roy Black ... Andy
Uschi Glas ... Hanna / Renate
Eddi Arent ... Mr. Brown
Ernst Stankovski Ernst Stankovski ... Ziborius
Angelica Ott ... Sheila Garrett
Walter Buschhoff ... Busebius
Viktor Staal ... Dr. Peters
Alfred Böhm Alfred Böhm ... Gendarm
Johann Sklenka Johann Sklenka ... Hieronymus Zipfl
Renate Heuer Renate Heuer ... Susanne
Dieter Kaiser Dieter Kaiser ... Klaus
Georg Thomalla ... Onkel Fritz
Rest of cast listed alphabetically:
Otto Wanz Otto Wanz
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Storyline

Young photographer Andy is commissioned to take advertising photographs of the film star Hanna Peters. She is on holiday, and to his confusion and bewilderment Andy finds that her twin sister works in Hanna's hotel. The comedy of errors that arises keeps Andy on tenterhooks until he finds his true love in sister Renate. Written by <AExacoustos@arri.de>

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Genres:

Comedy

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Details

Country:

West Germany

Language:

German

Release Date:

21 November 1969 (West Germany) See more »

Also Known As:

Au secours j'aime des jumelles! See more »

Filming Locations:

Wörthersee, Carinthia, Austria

Company Credits

Production Co:

Divina-Film, Lisa-Film See more »
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Technical Specs

Sound Mix:

Mono

Color:

Color (Eastmancolor)
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Did You Know?

Goofs

When Ziborius asks Mr. Brown to check if he has some dough in this ear, Brown says that it is clear and can see the Malleus and Incus clearly. However those bones are behind the tympanic membrane and it wouldn't be possible to see it with a human eye from outside. But this was probably meant to be a figure of speech, as a joke, not as an actual description. See more »

Quotes

Ziborius: Zipfl, I knew that you are simple. But you aren't simple, you are stupid.
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Connections

References Fanfaren der Liebe (1951) See more »

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