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The Disciplined Woman

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The Disciplined Woman
The Disciplined Woman.jpg
Directed byErnst Hofbauer
Written byGünther Heller
Produced by
StarringAstrid Frank
CinematographyKlaus Werner
Edited byHerbert Taschner
Music byGert Wilden
Distributed byConstantin Film
Release date
22 June 1972
Running time
88 minutes
CountryWest Germany

The Disciplined Woman (German: Die dressierte Frau) is a 1972 West German comedy film directed by Ernst Hofbauer and starring Astrid Frank, Esther Konrad and Heimo van Borg.[1]


  • Astrid Frank as Gudrun
  • Esther Konrad
  • Heimo van Borg as Achim
  • Hansi Linder as Herself
  • Margot Mahler as Emmi
  • Rosl Mayr as Frau Kellermann
  • Bernd Bergemann
  • Ulrike Butz as Hanni
  • Carmen Jäckel as Monika Seibold
  • Monica Marc as Luise Biddinghaus
  • Michael von Harbach
  • Evelyne Traeger as Frl. Ullmann
  • Hans Kern
  • Iris Wobker
  • Dietrich Kerky as Walter Herwig
  • Jasmin Kompatscher
  • Josef Moosholzer as Pauls Freund Otto
  • Otto Storr
  • Hans Terofal as Paul
  • Dieter Assmann as Albrecht
  • Norbert Losch
  • Ruth Marcus
  • Karel Otto as Albrecht's Boss
  • Roman Skrobek as Otto Huber
  • Anke Syring as Reporterin
  • Felix Rakosi
  • Claus Tinney as Mann vor Nachtclub
  • Walter Buhse
  • Claudia Höll as Uta Becker
  • Astrid Boner as Krankenschwester
  • Gernot Möhner as Horst Becker
  • Jürgen Schilling as Kellner


  1. ^ Daisne p.203


  • Johan Daisne.Dictionnaire filmographique de la littérature mondiale, Volume 2. Storyscientia, 1975.

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