Capriccio italien 

This outline starts with the four friend still at the Jockey-Bar, telling stories. Here Bob Arnoldis (played by Günter Pfitzmann) will be the narrator of his tale, Capriccio Italien. Bob's ... See full summary »

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Fritz Umgelter

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Cast

Episode cast overview:
Bum Krüger Bum Krüger ... Fritz Georg Hesselbart
Werner Lieven Werner Lieven ... Hans Schott
Malte Jaeger Malte Jaeger ... Hans Joachim Lepsius (as Malte Jäger)
Günter Pfitzmann Günter Pfitzmann ... Bob Arnoldis
Helen Vita ... Käte Gatzka / Cornelia
Peter Pasetti ... Peter Koslowski
Elisabeth Müller ... Bastienne da Babiena
Ursula Kopp Ursula Kopp ... Elisabeth Maag
Richard Haller Richard Haller ... Dr. Aschenbrenner
Gerhard Just Gerhard Just ... Direktor Gatzka
Johannes Heesters ... Graf Chiaroscuro
Käthe Itter Käthe Itter ... Tante Hendrikje
Heidi Holve Heidi Holve ... Ankie
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This outline starts with the four friend still at the Jockey-Bar, telling stories. Here Bob Arnoldis (played by Günter Pfitzmann) will be the narrator of his tale, Capriccio Italien. Bob's choice of tale would have been impacted by the appearance of a former romantic interest (in Rome) with her husband at the Jockey-Bar. In his story, it is pre-war, with Bob in civvies traveling by train to Rome. From newspapers read by his compartment-mates, we see that Hitler and Mussolini have just signed an alliance pact. Bob develops three romantic interests in his trip, one on the train, one in Florence, and one in Rome. He canoodles and titillates with all three. At the end of his tale, all his companions have a good laugh. Then his former romantic interest and her husband depart. In the last few minutes of this sequence, our star, Elisabeth Müller (as Bastienne da Babiena) arrives at the Jockey-Bar for her only appearance in this sequence. She is warmly greeting by the four friends and Peter ... Written by White Cloud

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17 May 1960 (West Germany) See more »

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