Conrad: The Factory-Made Boy Trailer

Conrad: The Factory-Made Boy Trailer (1983)

29 July 1983 80 mins

Mrs Bartolotti doesn’t really like children much. She is therefore completely taken aback when she receives a son in the post: Konrad. Konrad is actually delivered in a tin! He is dreadfully tidy and almost perfect and Mrs Bartolotti is very chaotic. The two have to get used to each other first of all. Then Mrs Bartolotti becomes so fond of him, however, that she never wants to let go of him again, even if the weird people from the tin factory are already looking for him...

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Cast

Violetta Ferrari

as Berti Bartolotti

Crew

International Titles

Konrad oder Das Kind aus der Konservenbüchse Trailer

International Releases Dates

Germany 29 July 1983

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