Hochwürden drückt ein Auge zu Trailer

Hochwürden drückt ein Auge zu Trailer (1971)

"Aaaalfred!" 26 November 1971 90 mins

A ship, a bus, a pastor, a businessman and a lot of alcohol.

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Cast

Georg Thomalla

as Pastor Himmelreich

Peter Weck

as Thomas Springer

Heinz Reincke

as Alfred

Roy Black

as Michael Springer

Uschi Glas

as Barbara Jansen

Hans Tügel

as Captain Jansen

Erik Frey

as Mayor

Alexander Grill

as Bus driver

Felix Dvorak

as Branmeister

Ernst H. Hilbich

as Policeman

Guido Wieland

as Jochen

Crew

Harald Vock

Director

International Releases Dates

Germany 26 November 1971

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