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Kein Mann zum Heiraten

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Kein Mann zum Heiraten
Directed byHans Deppe
Written byJanne Furch (writer) &
Wolf Neumeister (writer)
Wolf Neumeister [de] (story)[citation needed] (uncredited)
Produced byHeinz Pollak (producer)
Rudolf Stering (executive producer)
StarringSee below
CinematographySepp Ketterer
Edited byRenate Jelinek
Music byCarl Loubé
Distributed byConstantin Film
Release date
Running time
95 minutes

Kein Mann zum Heiraten ("No Man to Marry") is a 1959 Austrian film directed by Hans Deppe.

Plot summary


Ted Herold, Bill Ramsey, Jan Wennick and Kjeld Wennick appear uncredited.


  • Bill Ramsey - "Souvernirs, Souvenirs" (Music by Werner Scharfenberger, lyrics by Fini Büsch)
  • Jan Wennick and Kjeld Wennick - "Mach doch nicht immer soviel Wind" (Music by Werner Scharfenberger, lyrics by Fini Büsch)
  • Jan Wennick and Kjeld Wennick - "Banjo-Boy" (Music by Werner Scharfenberger, lyrics by Fini Büsch)
  • Ted Herold - "Carolin" (Music by Werner Scharfenberger, lyrics by Fini Büsch)

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