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Count Bobby, The Terror of The Wild West

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Count Bobby, The Terror of The Wild West
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German film poster
GermanGraf Bobby, der Schrecken des wilden Westens
Directed byPaul Martin
Written byRobert Oxford
Kurt Nachmann
Produced byMihajlo Rasic
Karl Schwetter
Starring
CinematographySepp Ketterer
Edited byArnfried Heyne
Music byHeinz Gietz
Production
companies
Sascha Film
Avala Film
Distributed byOmnia Deutsche Film
Release date
  • 5 January 1966 (1966-01-05)
Running time
92 minutes
CountriesAustria
Yugoslavia
LanguageGerman

Count Bobby, The Terror of The Wild West (German: Graf Bobby, der Schrecken des wilden Westens) is a 1966 Austrian musical comedy film directed by Paul Martin and starring Peter Alexander, Olga Schoberová and Gunther Philipp. It was the last in a trilogy of films featuring the character Count Bobby.[1] It drew some inspiration from the ongoing series of Karl May film adaptations set in the Wild West.

The film's sets were designed by the art director Fritz Jüptner-Jonstorff. It was shot at studios in Belgrade, and on location around Yugoslavia which stood in for the American west as it frequently did in German films of the decade.

Plot

An impoverished Viennese aristocrat inherits an estate in Arizona and travels out hoping that it is a lucrative gold mine.

Cast

References

  1. ^ von Dassanowsky, Robert (2005). Austrian Cinema: A History. Jefferson, NC: McFarland. p. 190. ISBN 0786437332.

External links


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