Ohnsorg-Theater - Die Venus von Müggensack Trailer

Ohnsorg-Theater - Die Venus von Müggensack Trailer (1977)

01 January 1977 Comedy

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Jürgen Pooch

as Karl Müggensack

Heidi Kabel

as Grete Puhl

Heidi Mahler

as Edeltraud

Werner Riepel

as Wilfried Stöpsel

Edgar Bessen

as Klaus-Dieter Puhl

Gisela Wessel

as Annemarie Seiffert


International Releases Dates

Germany 01 January 1977

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