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Holiday Report

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Holiday Report
Directed byErnst Hofbauer
Written byGünther Heller
Produced byWolf C. Hartwig
StarringSybil Danning
Astrid Frank
Werner Abrolat
CinematographyGiorgio Tonti
Edited byHerbert Taschner
Music byFred Strittmaier
Peter Thomas
Production
company
Distributed byConstantin Film
Release date
8 October 1971
Running time
102 minutes
CountryWest Germany
LanguageGerman

Holiday Report (German: Urlaubsreport - Worüber Reiseleiter nicht sprechen dürfen) is a 1971 West German comedy film directed by Ernst Hofbauer and starring Sybil Danning, Astrid Frank and Werner Abrolat.[1] It was produced by Wolf C. Hartwig's Rapid Film, in an attempt to capitalise on the success of the company's hit Schoolgirl Report series.

Cast

  • Sybil Danning as Ina, die Anhalterin
  • Astrid Frank as Andrea
  • Werner Abrolat as Wieland
  • Laurence Bien as Miguel
  • Josef Fröhlich as Ignaz Schneider, der Urlaubspfarrer
  • Max Grießer as Xaver
  • Wolf Harnisch as Fred
  • Hans Hass Jr. as Maxl
  • Helen Vita as Gitta Mitterer
  • Ralf Wolter as Horst-Dieter Mitterer
  • Harald Baerow as Steinlechner
  • Nadine De Rangot as Karla
  • Karin Götz as blonde Nichte von Tante Paula
  • Josef Moosholzer as Wirt des Gasthofs, wo Ina mit Jürgen übernachtet
  • Gernot Möhner as Franz
  • Juliane Rom-Sock as Helga
  • Marianne Sock as Helga
  • Véronique Vendell as Tisch-Tänzerin bei Après-Ski Party
  • Horst Heuck as Jürgen
  • Monika Rohde as Püppi
  • Evelyne Traeger as Renate Wiesbeck
  • Margot Mahler
  • Elisabeth Volkmann
  • Jochen Mann
  • Oliver Domnik
  • Michael von Harbach

References

  1. ^ Bergfelder p.225

Bibliography

  • Bergfelder, Tim. International Adventures: German Popular Cinema and European Co-Productions in the 1960s. Berghahn Books, 2005.

External links


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