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Die Sprungdeckeluhr (1990)

| Family, Drama
Ater the Nazis take over political power in Germany 1933 the father of Rosi and Hansi, a member of the communist party, must hide from police. One thing he left behind is a watch which ... See full summary »

Director:

Gunter Friedrich

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Cast

Cast overview, first billed only:
René Tony Spengler René Tony Spengler ... Hansi
Antje Salz Antje Salz ... Rosi
Günter Schubert Günter Schubert ... Pfundinger
Jörg Kleinau Jörg Kleinau ... Hundinger
Jürgen Mai Jürgen Mai ... Vater
Petra Hinze Petra Hinze ... Mutter
Peter Reinhardt Peter Reinhardt ... Ludwig
Lissy Tempelhof Lissy Tempelhof ... Schwester Anna
Susanne Lüning ... Schwester Magdalena
Simone Thomalla Simone Thomalla ... Krimhild
Walfriede Schmitt Walfriede Schmitt ... Die Frau
Reiner Heise Reiner Heise ... Lagerkommandant
Renate Heymer Renate Heymer ... Die Mechtern
Dirk Wäger Dirk Wäger ... Regieassistent
Dirk Bartsch Dirk Bartsch ... Igelkopf
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Storyline

Ater the Nazis take over political power in Germany 1933 the father of Rosi and Hansi, a member of the communist party, must hide from police. One thing he left behind is a watch which might contain a message. Written by Thomas Gaukel <thomas_gaukel@compuserve.com>

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Family | Drama

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Country:

East Germany

Language:

German

Company Credits

Production Co:

Deutsche Film (DEFA) See more »
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Color:

Color
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Trivia

The movie is inspired by the life of the communist and fighter of the Spanish Civil War, Hans Beimler, his second wife Centa and their two children. Director Gunter Friedrich personally talked with Centa Beimler before the movie. See more »

Goofs

In the movie filming scene at the beginning of the movie it is announced that Adolf Hitler became chancellor of the German Reich. The movie in question is "Hitlerjunge Quex" and wasn't filmed until April/May 1933 but Hitler became chancellor at 30th January 1933. See more »

Connections

Features Our Flags Lead Us Forward (1933) See more »

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