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Hard Women (1970)

Perrak (original title)
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Cast overview, first billed only:
Horst Tappert ... Kommissar Perrak
Werner Peters ... Heinz-Fritz Bottke
Hubert Suschka Hubert Suschka ... Karl Kaminski
Walter Richter Walter Richter ... Wermuth-Ede
Erika Pluhar ... Claire Imhoff
Judy Winter ... Emma Kastelbauer, 'Trompeten-Emma'
Wolf Roth ... Nick
Berno von Cramm Berno von Cramm ... Uwe Klaus (as Berno Cramm)
Carl Lange ... Police President
Hans Daniel Hans Daniel ... Oblomow
Arthur Brauss ... Casanova (as Art Brauss)
Hans Schellbach Hans Schellbach ... Friedrich Imhoff
Jochen Busse ... Dr. Rembold
Georg M. Fischer Georg M. Fischer ... Joschi Perrak (as Georg Michael Fischer)
Gilbert-André Ehoulan Gilbert-André Ehoulan ... Bimbo (as Andre Ehoulan)
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Chained to the deadliest passions! Lashed by the wildest hungers! Hard women are something else! The wilder they are the harder they fall! See more »

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West Germany

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Release Date:

November 1975 (USA) See more »

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Roxy Film See more »
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Mono

Color:

Color (Eastmancolor)

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1.66 : 1
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Extremely funny predecessor of TV Inspector Derrick
31 May 2004 | by rundbauchdodoSee all my reviews

Before becoming literally world famous for his series role of Oberinspektor Derrick of Munich police's homicide squad, Horst Tappert played the title role of Inspector Perrak of Hamburg vice squad. And this film has to be seen to be believed - it's like a prototype for the TV series that started four years later. The only real difference is that Perrak is intendedly funny at times and so becomes an extremely entertaining affair that delivers also many unintended gags.

Especially memorable is Tappert himself. He plays Perrak like a caricature of the forthcoming Derrick, and he does it great. The plot delivers the kinky moments that are typical for the early 1970s, with Perrak investigating the murder of a transvestite prostitute. His inquiry leads him to all kinds of red light establishments and adds to the entertainment. The case becomes personal for Perrak when his son Joschi gets kidnapped by thugs towards the end to guarantee an exciting climax.

A must see for friends of obscure German films of the Seventies. Besides Horst Tappert, the rest of the cast is also remarkable: Erika Pluhar and Judy Winters play the female leads, Werner Peters gives his penultimate performance in a theatrical movie, forthcoming "Derrick" and "Der Alte" regular Wolf Roth plays a young criminal in one of his earliest roles, and now well known comedian Jochen Busse appears as a contract killer! This movie has it all - but don't expect something else than trashy entertainment.


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