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Lüthi und Blanc

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Lüthi und Blanc
Created byKatja Früh
Theme music composerMartin Schenkel featuring Tamy
Opening themeWenn immer
Country of originSwitzerland
Original languageSwiss German
No. of seasons10
No. of episodes288
Production
Running time30 minutes
Release
Original networkSchweizer Radio und Fernsehen SRF
Picture formatPAL
Original release1999 (1999) –
2007 (2007)

Lüthi und Blanc is a Swiss German language television drama serial (soap opera) of the 1990s and 2000s. It was filmed and produced at locations in Switzerland by Schweizer Radio und Fernsehen SRF.

Cast and characters (inclompete)

Actress/Actor Role Episodes Year
Hans Heinz Moser († 2017) [1] Jean-Jacques Blanc 1–288 1999–2006
Linda Geiser Johanna Blanc 1–288 1999–2006
Isabelle von Siebenthal Catherine Lüthi, geb. Blanc 1–288 1999–2006
Hans Schenker Martin Lüthi 1–288 1999–2006
Benjamin Fueter Thomas Lüthi 1–288 1999–2006
Stefanie Stämpfli Julia Lüthi 1–158, 196, 259–288 1999–2004, 2006
Viola Tami Lotta Waser 1–288 1999–2006
Tonia Maria Zindel Maja Lüthi 1–288 1999–2006
Martin Schenkel († 2003) Steve Meier #1 1–140 1999–2003
Noel Wigger Pascal Lüthi 1–218 1999–2005
Renate Steiger Lilian Lüthi 1–288 1999–2006
Esther Gemsch Lisbeth Rohner 1–288 1999–2006
Hanspeter Müller-Drossaart Hanspeter Rohner † 1–45, 287 1999–2000, 2006
Beat Schlatter Willi Huber 1–288 1999–2006
Graziella Rossi Abusinda 1–288 1999–2006
Gilles Tschudi Michael Frick 2–288 1999–2006
Monica Budde Madame Delley 2–288 (durchgehend) 1999–2006
René Vuilleumier Pierre 2–217 (durchgehend) 1999–2005
Anja Margoni Natalie Rohner 3–120, 184–223, 281–288 1999–2002, 2005–2006
Jessica Früh Dorothea Hurni-Frick 3–288 1999–2006
Yor Milano Franco Moretti 4–117 1999–2003
Patrick Frey Kurt Schwarz 5–288 1999–2006
Bernhard Michel Lucky Schmid † 6–66 1999–2001
René Schoenenberger Ulrich Rohner 9–47, 86–102, 152–244, 280–287 1999–2006
Dorothee Reize Angelika 9–47 1999–2000
Anne-Laure Luisoni Madame Fonjallaz 11–148 (durchgehend), 287 1999–2004, 2006
Ludwig Boettger Albert Fink 21–288 1999–2006
Ettore Cella († 2004) Lukas Wälti-Kern † 27–86 2000–2001
Sibylle Courvoisier († 2003) Letti Merian 31–172 (durchgehend) 2000–2003
Hanna Scheuring Jeanine Wälti-Kern 32–118 2000–2002
Alfred Pfeiffer Schmuklerski 33, 50–67 2000–2001
Joris Gratwohl Maurizio Galfatti 37–108 2000–2002
Katharina von Bock Sabina Köster 49–288 2000–2006
Tessie Tellmann Ursula Schmid 50–105, 159–288 2000–2002, 2004–2006
Jodoc Seidel Josef † 59–90 2000–2001
Klaus-Henner Russius Dr. Honecker 66–68, 253–262 2000, 2006
Andreas Krämer Geri 72–140 2001–2003
Jean-Pierre Cornu Dr. Tobler 72–154 2001–2004
Regula Stüssi Sekretärin Kuster 76–283 2001–2006
Raphael Clamer Alex Weiss 77–120, 164–264 2001–2006
Bernard Michel Daniel Schmid 84–158 2001–2004
Anne-Marie Blanc († 2009) Esther Weiss 91–116, 177, 219 2001–2002, 2004–2005
Andrea Marin Margrith "Angelique" Müller 94–126, 151–153, 247 2001–2005
César Keiser († 2007) Alfred Bernasconi 94–147 2001–2003
Roland Herrman Paul Nyffenegger 96–133, 168–179, 211–216 2001–2005
Tiziana Burkart Tamara Müller 104–288 2002–2006
Manuel Löwensberg Urs Wicky 112–128, 153–200, 221–288 2002–2006
Mathias Gnädinger († 2015)[2] Ruedi Egger 120–288 2003–2006
Birgit Steinegger Doris Ruf 141–203, 275–278 2004–2006
Roeland Wiesnekker Steve Meier #2 143–288 2003–2006
Anikó Donáth Doris Hummer 160, 264–287 2004, 2006
Walter Andreas Müller Bela Straub 163–219 2004–2005
Jörg Schneider († 2015)[3] Oskar Wehrli 169–288 2004–2006
Sabina Schneebeli Regula Imboden † 175–263 2004–2006
Helmut Vogel Rainer Sanders 196–268, 281 2004–2006
Joel Basman Zizou Imboden 199–286 2004–2006
Andreas Matti René Imboden † 208–216, 254–263 2004, 2006

Plot (excerpt)

The various plot lines are about the fate of families around the stubborn chocolate factory-owner Jean-Jacques Blanc (Hans Heinz Moser), his wife Johanna (Linda Geiser), whose daughter Catherine (Isabelle von Siebenthal) and her son, and Catherine's husband Martin Lüthi (Hans Schenker). Opponent of the Lüthi and Blanc-clans and "villain" of the series is the opaque, scheming bankers and illegitimate son of J.J. Blanc, Michael Frick (Gilles Tschudi). The serial focusses on locations in Zürich and Sainte-Croix, the location of the fictional chocolate factory J. J. Blanc.

Production

Lüthi und Blanc was shot at locations in the Canton of Vaud and in Zürich, and produced in Glattfelden.[4]

Reception

As well as Fascht e Familie, Lüthi & Blanc is still very popular in the Swiss German culture, and from time to time re-broadcast in the Swiss German television.[4] Lüthi and Blanc was by the Swiss media often called Schoggi Soap (chocolate soap).

References

  1. ^ "Schauspieler Hans Heinz Moser gestorben" (in German). 3sat. 2017-05-02. Retrieved 2017-05-02.
  2. ^ "Jörg Schneider: "Gnädinger gehörte zur ersten Garde"" (in German). Zürcher Oberländer. 2015-04-05. Retrieved 2015-08-23.
  3. ^ "Jörg Schneider ist tot" (in German). Zürcher Oberländer. 2015-08-22. Retrieved 2015-08-22.
  4. ^ a b "Lüthi und Blanc". SRF (in German). Retrieved 2015-04-07.

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