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The Wicked Dreams of Paula Schultz (1968)

Unrated | | Comedy | 14 October 1968 (Sweden)
A beautiful East German Olympic hopeful pole-vaults over the Berlin Wall to freedom.

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Oscar
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Rocco
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Owl (as Theo Marcuse)
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Grossmeyer
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Kessel
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A beautiful East German Olympic hopeful pole-vaults over the Berlin Wall to freedom.

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Jump with her! Play with her! Love with her! See more »

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14 October 1968 (Sweden)  »

Also Known As:

Los perversos sueños de una rubia  »

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Trivia

Not only were four of the principal actors from Hogan's Heroes the stars of this film, but four more actors in this film appeared on the TV series:
  • Theodore Marcuse played a different role in three different Hogan's Heroes episodes, as General Freidrich von Heiner, Pierre & Ludwig Strasser.
  • Larry D. Mann also played a different role in three different Hogan's Heroes episodes, as Illyich Igor Zagoskin, SS General Brenner & Doctor Vanetti.
  • John Myhers played a different role in four different Hogan's Heroes episodes, as Colonel Schneider, Dr. Hermann Felzer, General Wittkamper & Field Marshal von Heinke.
  • Barbara Morrison played a role in a Hogan's Heroes episode, as Mrs. Gretchen Schultz.
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Goofs

Paula breaks the window of the Bayerisches Hofbräu throwing a tray as a discus, but in the next scene it is whole again. See more »

Quotes

Barbara Sweeney: Your friend... your buddy... getting us mixed up in a mess like this. I'll kill him! I'll kill him!
Herbert Sweeney: He's my friend, I'll kill him!
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Referenced in Kill Bill: Vol. 2 (2004) See more »

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All this movie needed...
13 January 2015 | by See all my reviews

…was Ed Wood to direct it.

I saw this on TV when I was about 10 years old and a rabid Hogan's Heroes fan. I was horrified. Yes, even at the tender age of ten I could recognize a terrible film with actors I admired trapped inside it. There's a big difference between playing a not-too-bright character skillfully, and playing a pointless buffoon.

How much of a masochist am I? Enough to re-watch this piece of crud again, 40 years later, when I spotted it online. The ten-year-old me still wanted to cry for my old TV friends, but the 50-year-old me, fortified with copious amounts of cheap wine, managed to appreciate the amusing aspects of Leon Askin's character being Werner Klemperer's flunky instead of the other way around, and to enjoy John Banner's performance… the man never missed; I can't understand why he never won an Emmy. Klemperer in his underwear groping a mostly-naked Elke Sommer was just gross… whose idea was it to give Sommer's character the last name of 'Schultz', providing Klemperer the unenviable challenge of saying lines like "my darling Schultz"? We get it; it's a gimmick film with a gimmick cast, and that's about as subtle as a sledgehammer between the eyes. I'm sorry, Mr. Klemperer; you were better than that.

And Bob Crane was there. Mostly being Bob Crane. Nothing much to report.

I'd love to see the Rifftrax guys get their hands on this one someday.


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