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Twelve Girls and One Man

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Twelve Girls and One Man
Twelve Girls and One Man.jpg
Directed byHans Quest
Written byWolfgang Ebert (play)
Kurt Nachmann
Hellmut Andics
Produced byHerbert Gruber
StarringToni Sailer
Margit Nünke
Gunther Philipp
CinematographySepp Ketterer
Hannes Staudinger
Edited byHerma Sandtner
Music byFranz Grothe
Production
company
Distributed bySascha Film
UFA Film Hansa
Release date
15 October 1959
Running time
98 minutes
CountryAustria
LanguageGerman

Twelve Girls and One Man (German: Zwölf Mädchen und ein Mann) is a 1959 Austrian comedy film directed by Hans Quest and starring Toni Sailer, Margit Nünke and Gunther Philipp.[1]

It was shot at the Rosenhügel Studios in Vienna.The film's sets were designed by the art directors Theodor Harisch and Fritz Jüptner-Jonstorff.

Synopsis

A detective goes undercover at an Alpine ski resort following a series of robberies, while at the same time twelve female students arrive there on holiday.

Cast

  • Toni Sailer as Florian Thaler
  • Margit Nünke as Eva, genannt 'Amazone'
  • Gunther Philipp as Anderl Seidl, Hilfsgendarm
  • Gerlinde Locker as Rosel Fuchs
  • Joe Stöckel as Bürgermeister Fuchs
  • Ernst Waldbrunn as Josef Walz - Gendarmerieposten-Kommandant
  • Helga Schlack as Monika, genannt 'Mondänika'
  • Veronika Bayer as Mäuschen, 'Die Unscheinbare'
  • Ursula Heyer as Ruth 'Die Pedantische'
  • Grit Boettcher as Do 'Lady Superfein'
  • Martha Hauser as Coco, 'Der Papagei'
  • Rosemarie Kirstein as Grit, 'Miß Kurvenreich'
  • Lisbeth Gemzell as Sweety, 'Die wandelnde Konditorei'
  • Eva Iro as Lizzi, 'Die Junke-Box'
  • Ingemarie Tramm as Mimi, 'Mimosa, die Gekränkte'
  • Susanne Cronau as Vera 'Die Nahrhafte'
  • Monika Berger as Sabine, 'Die Handgestrickte'
  • Wolf Neuber as Der stramme Max
  • Raoul Retzer as Gentleman-Schorschi
  • Rudolf Strobl as Rittmeister Lanz

References

  1. ^ Büttner & Dewald p.350

Bibliography

  • Elisabeth Büttner & Christian Dewald. Anschluss an Morgen: eine Geschichte des österreichischen Films von 1945 bis zur Gegenwart. Residenz Verlag, 1997.

External links

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