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Muß man sich gleich scheiden lassen? (1953)

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Cast overview, first billed only:
Hardy Krüger ... Andreas von Doerr
Ruth Leuwerik ... Garda von Doerr
Tilda Thamar ... Joan de Portago
Hans Söhnker ... Dr. Algys
Fita Benkhoff ... Elisabeth Lindpaintner
Gustav Knuth ... Dr. Spitzkoetter
Karl Schönböck ... Staatsanwalt Paul
Paul Bildt Paul Bildt ... Professor
Peer Schmidt ... Theobald
Inge Konradi Inge Konradi ... Bettina
Charlotte Witthauer Charlotte Witthauer ... Frl. Müller
Günther Lüders Günther Lüders ... Karlchen, Mixer
Therese Giehse ... Frau Holzer
Rudolf Vogel Rudolf Vogel ... Herr Huber
Walter Janssen ... Hotelportier im 'Savoy'
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racing driver | mistress | divorce | See All (3) »

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Comedy

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Country:

West Germany

Language:

German

Release Date:

2 October 1953 (West Germany) See more »

Also Known As:

Is Divorce the Only Answer? See more »

Filming Locations:

Geiselgasteig, Bavaria, Germany See more »

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Sound Mix:

Mono

Aspect Ratio:

1.37 : 1
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In meinen Gästebuch
Music by Franz Grothe
Lyrics by Bruno Balz
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Light comedy of great charm
18 July 2004 | by jandewittSee all my reviews

Surprisingly light and daffy comedy with two great (and greatly underrated) actors in the lead. Hardy Krüger, often wasted in weepy melodramas opposite Maria Schell (who was able to cry on demand and build a nice career on it) is a reckless, charming young man and race-driver (quite unusual for German cinema during the stiff and boring Adenauer Restauration). He is married to lovely Ruth Leuwerik, a statuesque beauty of patrician good looks (Germany's answer to Greer Garson, but a lot more talent, who is a successful artist. Both star show amazing chemistry and the script is sparkling, often risqué, but, in all fairness, sometimes just blabla.

Later the year Miss Leuwerik found her perfect match opposite the wooden Dieter Borsche in the tremendously successful 'Königliche Hoheit' and went on the even greater success in 'Die Trapp Familie'. When the 60's dawned her career had already waned and she went into retirement. Largely forgotten she was rediscovered in 2004 by critics and fans.

A bit long at the end, the pic is worth watching.


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