Hotel Paradies (1990– )
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A hotel guest recognizes Tommy, the penniless kitchen help as a con artist who is known to arrive at hotels, stay there and then claim to have had his money stolen when he is unable to pay ... See full summary »

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Lisa Lindemann
Klaus Wildbolz ...
Max Lindemann
Friedrich W. Bauschulte ...
Opa Lindemann
Patrick Winczewski ...
Michael Lindemann
Axel Malzacher ...
Frank Lindemann (credit only)
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Isabel
Henriette Gonnermann ...
Elfriede
Sandra Kreisler ...
Sarah Kroll (credit only)
Andrea L'Arronge ...
Renate Feller
Ilse Pagé ...
Tortenliebhaberin
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Anna
Jan Arnold ...
Johnny Bressler
Christian Brückner ...
Kommissar Ramirez
Eike Dormrös ...
Harald Kuhn (as Eike Domroes)
Wilfried Herbst ...
Henry
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A hotel guest recognizes Tommy, the penniless kitchen help as a con artist who is known to arrive at hotels, stay there and then claim to have had his money stolen when he is unable to pay his bill. Max Lindemann, who has come to like the young man, shows more understanding than expected. Jens Hartmann, now totally obsessed with the gold in the sunken shipwreck, needs money to rent a boat with specialized equipment to lift the treasure. He doesn't stop at blackmail and threatens his lover Renate and her husband with exposure if they don't lend him the 50,000 marks he needs. Kuhn panics and, in the company of his Spanish girlfriend, leaves the country for South America. Renate eventually gives in to her lover's demands and lets him have her share of the life insurance she got in the insurance scam.

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27 March 1990 (West Germany)  »

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