When Emil travels by bus to Berlin to visit his grandmother and his cousin, his money is stolen by a crook who specializes in digging tunnels. Emil must get the money back as it is for his grandmother. While following the thief, Emil runs into Gustav, an enterprising young boy who gathers up all his friends to help Emil find the money. Emil's cousin also gets involved and they get into more trouble than they bargained for when Emil's pickpocket turns out to be mixed up with a couple of notorious bank robbers.
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Did You Know?
In a 9/6/1963 article in 'Stars and Stripes' reporter James Gunter writes "Walt Disney said six American children selected in Europe as tryouts will appear in his new movie, Emil and the Detectives
(1964), to be filmed in Berlin and West Germany this Fall." Roles were won by Bryan Richardson of Wiesbaden, David Petrychka of Munich, Ann Noland of Berlin, Bob Swann of Kaiserslautern and Rick and Ronald Johnson, twin boys from Bad Toelz. Peter Herold, associate producer of Emil and the Detectives, said camera work on the picture will begin Monday (9/9/1963) in Augsfeld, West Germany, about 60 miles north of Frankfurt. The cast will move to Berlin Sept. 16 to work on the picture for about 10 weeks (through about November 23). See more
When Gustav phones Dienstag, Dienstag's sister Frieda, who Dienstag has locked out of the room, is reaching in through a window and has picked the handset off the ringing phone when Dienstag seizes her hand at 0:38:05, but an insert shot at 0:38:07 shows the handset is still setting on the phone which is still ringing. See more
I thought you said it was all clear.
It's only my skrinky sister, talking on the telephone.
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