If You Go Swimming in Tenerife
If You Go Swimming in Tenerife (German: Wenn man baden geht auf Teneriffa) is a 1964 West German comedy film directed by Helmuth M. Backhaus and starring Geneviève Cluny, Peter Kraus and Gunnar Möller.
|If You Go Swimming in Tenerife|
|Directed by||Helmuth M. Backhaus|
|Produced by||Eva Rosskopf|
|Written by||Helmuth M. Backhaus|
|Music by||Christian Bruhn|
|Edited by||Anneliese Artelt|
|11 September 1964|
After travelling to Spain for a holiday, six young Germans discover that their travel agency has gone bust and therefore they have nowhere to stay. Instead they find employment at a local hotel, which they soon have to try and save from ruin.
The production features a number of songs including:
- Peter Kraus - "Wer Dich Sieht, Evelyn"
- Geneviève Cluny as Jutta
- Peter Kraus as Tom
- Gunnar Möller as Jens
- Corny Collins as Christa
- Richard Häussler as Erik Varnhagen
- Ursula Oberst as Bessy
- Helga Lehner as Bruni
- Heinz Erhardt as Tristan Wentzel
- Loni Heuser as Christa's Mother
- Karin Heske
- Hannes Stütz
- Ralph Persson
- Hans Elwenspoek
- Rolf Castell
- Horst Pasderski
- Katrin Teleky
- Reimer & Zachau p.160
- Robert C. Reimer & Reinhard Zachau. German Culture through Film: An Introduction to German Cinema. Hackett Publishing, 2017.
- If You Go Swimming in Tenerife on IMDb
- If You Go Swimming in Tenerife is available for free download at the Internet Archive