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Three Lederhosen in St. Tropez

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Three Lederhosen in St. Tropez
Three Lederhosen in St. Tropez.jpg
Directed byFranz Marischka
Written by
  • Kurt Eiser
  • Franz Marischka
Produced byLeon Pulver
Starring
CinematographyErnst W. Kalinke
Edited byGerd Berner
Production
company
Colena Film
Distributed byAlemannia/Arabella Filmverleih
Release date
  • 19 December 1980 (1980-12-19)
Running time
91 minutes
CountryWest Germany
LanguageGerman

Three Lederhosen in St. Tropez (German: Drei Lederhosen in St. Tropez) is a 1980 West German sex comedy film directed by Franz Marischka and starring Peter Steiner, Fred Stillkrauth and Mario Pollak.[1]

Cast

  • Peter Steiner as Peter Eichel
  • Fred Stillkrauth as Korbinian Zangerl
  • Mario Pollak as Paloma
  • Eleonore Melzer as Marta Eichel
  • Franz Muxeneder as Huber-Bauer
  • Alexandra Beau as Evi
  • Hermann Giefer as Vitus
  • Ursula Buchfellner as Carla
  • Sibylle Rauch as Blondine
  • Rolf Eden as Papilein
  • Peter Steiner Jr. as Briefträger
  • Jacques Herlin as Französischer Polizeichef
  • Rosl Mayr as Alte Millionärin
  • Bob Lockwood as Transvestit Karlchen
  • Toni Netzle as Frau Klein
  • Christiane Blumhoff as Journalistin
  • Loisl Wille as Französischer Polizist
  • Felix Paul as Musikant
  • Marshall Reynor as Musikant
  • Egon Keresztes as Französischer Polizist
  • Fritz Wallenwein as Französischer Polizist
  • Sascha Atzenbeck as Liebespaar am Strand
  • Alon D'Armand as Hotelmanager
  • Franz Marischka as Chef des Autohauses
  • Margit Ojetz as Liebespaar am Strand
  • Claus Sasse as Autoverkäufer

References

  1. ^ Herminghouse & Mueller p. 205

Bibliography

  • Herminghouse, Patricia; Mueller, Magda, eds. (1997). Gender and Germanness: Cultural Productions of Nation. Berghahn Books. ISBN 978-1-57181-112-7.

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