Corinna Pabst – Fünf Kinder brauchen eine Mutter Trailer

Corinna Pabst – Fünf Kinder brauchen eine Mutter Trailer (1997)

01 January 1997 Comedy

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Cast

Janina Hartwig

as Corinna Pabst

Mario von Jascheroff

as Thomas Pabst

Robert Stadlober

as Marco Pabst

Crew

International Releases Dates

Germany 01 January 1997

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