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The Sweet Life of Count Bobby

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The Sweet Life of Count Bobby
The Sweet Life of Count Bobby.jpg
German film poster
GermanDas süsse Leben des Grafen Bobby
Directed byGéza von Cziffra
Written byGéza von Cziffra
Produced byHerbert Gruber
Karl Schwetter
StarringPeter Alexander
Ingeborg Schöner
Gunther Philipp
CinematographyWilly Winterstein
Edited byArnfried Heyne
Music byPeter Laine
Production
company
Distributed byConstantin Film
Release date
  • 27 April 1962 (1962-04-27)
Running time
92 minutes
CountryAustria
LanguageGerman

The Sweet Life of Count Bobby (German: Das süsse Leben des Grafen Bobby) is a 1962 Austrian musical comedy film directed by Géza von Cziffra and starring Peter Alexander, Ingeborg Schöner and Gunther Philipp. It was the second in a trilogy of films featuring Alexander in the character of Count Bobby.[1] It was followed by Count Bobby, The Terror of The Wild West in 1966.

It was partly shot at the Sievering Studios in Vienna. The film's sets were designed by the art director Fritz Jüptner-Jonstorff.

Plot

Count Bobby and his friend are running a struggling detective agency. However they get a break when they investigate a gang of smugglers using a nightclub as a front. In order to infiltrate the organisation Bobby is required to go undercover dresses as a woman.

Cast

References

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

External links


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