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Go Trabi Go (1991)

Family Struutz lives in Bitterfeld (GDR). After the fall of the wall, they take the opportunity to go on holiday with their car, an old Trabant. They simply want to visit Italy. But there ... See full summary »

Director:

Peter Timm

Writers:

Reinhard Klooss (screenplay), Peter Timm (screenplay)
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Cast

Cast overview, first billed only:
Wolfgang Stumph Wolfgang Stumph ... Udo Struutz
Claudia Schmutzler Claudia Schmutzler ... Jacqueline Struutz
Marie Gruber Marie Gruber ... Rita Struutz
Dieter Hildebrandt Dieter Hildebrandt ... Kfz-Meister
Ottfried Fischer Ottfried Fischer ... Bernd Amberger
Diether Krebs Diether Krebs ... Fernfahrer
Konstantin Wecker Konstantin Wecker ... Playboy
Billie Zöckler Billie Zöckler ... Gerda Amberger (as Billy Zöckler)
Barbara Valentin ... Frau Gamshuber
André Eisermann ... Alfons Amberger
Monika Baumgartner Monika Baumgartner ... Verkäuferin
Rolando Belli Rolando Belli
Lisa Bernardini Lisa Bernardini
Alfons Biber Alfons Biber
Astrid Boner Astrid Boner
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Family Struutz lives in Bitterfeld (GDR). After the fall of the wall, they take the opportunity to go on holiday with their car, an old Trabant. They simply want to visit Italy. But there are some incidents during their journey. Written by Ralph Schaefer <ralph@cs.uni-sb.de>

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Country:

Germany

Language:

German

Release Date:

17 January 1991 (Germany) See more »

Also Known As:

Quella Trabant venuta dall'Est See more »

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Sound Mix:

Dolby

Color:

Color (Eastmancolor)

Aspect Ratio:

1.66 : 1
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Trivia

André Eisermann had to speak with a Bavarian accent for the film; but as he was not a Bavarian, cinematographer Axel Block had to help him how to pronounce his lines properly. See more »

Connections

Followed by Das war der wilde Osten (1992) See more »

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Performed by Gabriela Di Rosa
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A movie which everyone genuinely enjoyed
22 June 2001 | by MimbleSee all my reviews

We watched this in our german class and although it had the teacher running for the fast forward during the Nudist beach bit, we all really enjoyed it. I think it was one of the first times I have ever seen some of the guys in our class want to watch a movie because they like it, not just so they get out of doing some hard work. It is about a family who travels from old East Germany (?) to Rome in their little Trabi(named Georgie)following the notebook of a famous explorer. A lot of things happen to them but they eventually get to Rome. It is worth seeing and is a real feel-good movie.


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