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Schwarzwaldfahrt aus Liebeskummer (1974)

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Cast

Cast overview, first billed only:
Roy Black ... Hannes Cremer
Barbara Nielsen Barbara Nielsen ... Renate Berndorf
Heidi Hansen Heidi Hansen ... Ilse Berndt
Elke Aberle Elke Aberle ... Mucki
Anita Mally Anita Mally ... Babs
Peter Millowitsch Peter Millowitsch ... Zimmermann Uwe
Bettina Haensler Bettina Haensler ... Annie
Hans-Jürgen Bäumler Hans-Jürgen Bäumler ... Fotograf Harry
Gracia-Maria Kaus Gracia-Maria Kaus ... Janine Breitner
Rut Rex Rut Rex ... Luise Klingenberg
Rolf Olsen Rolf Olsen ... Breitner
Eva Garden Eva Garden ... Silvia
Alexander Grill Alexander Grill ... Pit Pfluger
Ludwig Schmid-Wildy Ludwig Schmid-Wildy ... Opa Cremer
Ilse Peternell Ilse Peternell ... Evas Mutter
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Comedy | Romance

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Details

Country:

West Germany

Language:

German

Release Date:

8 March 1974 (West Germany) See more »

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Technical Specs

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Sound Mix:

Mono

Color:

Color (Eastmancolor)

Aspect Ratio:

1.66 : 1
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Trivia

Last feature film starring Roy Black. He didn't work as an actor until 1990 when he starred in 'Ein Schloss am Wörthersee'. See more »

Goofs

At the beginning Mr. and Mrs. Klingenberg are against to give the order to Breitners company to restore their hotel. The next day they are in a hotel, Cremer counseled them to visit and the day after it they visit it, come out impressed and tell Uwe that they are meeting their architect Breitner right now, who arrived in a moment. How did the message come so quickly? The Klingenbergs just made the decision, already had a financial plan of the bank and on the same day the architect came to an appointment. See more »

Quotes

Breitner: [after Hannes drove away, mistook Renate and another guy for her boyfriend and returned] Well, young friend, what did you decide?
Hannes Cremer: Right now I don't care anymore. I even work for you again.
Breitner: Great. I knew I can rely on you.
Hannes Cremer: But first I need a few days off.
Breitner: What do you need?
Hannes Cremer: I need to bring the buggy to Langenbach.
Breitner: All right, but where, that I can take you with me straight away? Because a second time I won't let you go.
Hannes Cremer: Paper factory "Schwarzer & Co".
[to the horse]
Hannes Cremer: Giddyup!
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Connections

References Moselfahrt aus Liebeskummer (1953) See more »

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THE FOREST IS BEST ACTOR
20 March 1999 | by J. SteedSee all my reviews

This combination of Schlager- and Heimatfilm is neither good nor bad, it is just absolute nothingness as it could only come from hack director Werner Jacobs. Popular singer Roy Black plays as wooden as any tree in the Schwarzwald (Black Forest) and the rest of the cast is not even worth mentioning; the forest is the best actor. Moreover, it is all so narrow-minded.


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