Giessen's gymnasium director Gottlieb Taft hopes a ploy will make the school's centennial a prank-free success: he enrolls his nerdy nephew Ewalt Kunst as spy in Pepe's dreaded class. Some ... See full summary »
Pepe Nietnagel's bunch's pranks make their school a logical choice for the ministry of education to reassign an elite teacher to. The choice falls on overqualified Dr. Peter Bach, who seems... See full summary »
Collectable stamps trader Kurt Nietnagel's son Pepe recently transferred from a private boarding school to Mommsen gymnasium (classical high school), but is also already its king of ... See full summary »
Gila von Weitershausen,
Dr. Peter Roland, a Geneva TV reporter and prankster, is ordered as punishment to cover the German schools. So he cheats his brother in law William 'Willy' Tell to steal his identity as ... See full summary »
An army gold shipment and its escort vanish in the Ozarks, prompting accusations of theft and desertion but frontiersman Old Shatterhand and Apache chief Winnetou help solve the mystery of the missing army gold.
Rollins' gang wants to grab land by inciting the settlers in a war against the Indians but Winnetou and Old Shatterhand try to keep the peace, until Rollins frames Winnetou up for the murder of Jicarilla Chief's son.
This is part 5 of the "Lümmel" series, an awful sequel that makes all other parts look like masterpieces. A great deal of the comedy is provided by a chimpanzee in a pink dress that loves garden gnomes, this is of course very hilarious. I could not see any difference between the cast and the monkey with its garden gnomes, though (at last) Theo Lingen has a very funny moment. Lingen (playing twin brothers) has to double himself which asked for some trick cinematography, but even that is executed poorly. With hardly a script present I think that with the chimpanzee in the director's chair there would have been done a better job.
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