Robert and Bertram (1961 film)
Robert and Bertram (German: Robert und Bertram) is a 1961 West German comedy film directed by Hans Deppe and starring Willy Millowitsch, Vico Torriani and Trude Herr. It was inspired by the characters in Gustav Raeder's 1856 play Robert and Bertram, update to the modern era. Two vagabonds, Robert and Bertram, are hired by a shoe company to walk 500 kilometres to test their new product.
|Robert and Bertram|
|Directed by||Hans Deppe|
|Produced by||Artur Brauner|
|Music by||Gert Wilden|
|Edited by||Ilse Voigt|
It was shot at the Spandau Studios in Berlin and on location in the Bavarian town of Eichstätt. The film's sets were designed by the art directors Paul Markwitz and Wilhelm Vorwerg.
- Willy Millowitsch as Robert Ziegel
- Vico Torriani as Bertram Weiler
- Trude Herr as Klara Ziegel
- Marlies Behrens as Yvonne Berger
- Helen Vita as Mieze Frühling
- Erwin Strahl as Franco
- Hubert von Meyerinck as Kriminalkommissar Wolf
- Ralf Wolter as Toni Knauer
- Margarete Haagen as Alte Dame im Auto
- Arno Paulsen as Direktor Malina
- Kurt Pratsch-Kaufmann as Polizist
- Erich Fiedler as Dr. Abendroth
- Kurt Waitzmann as Dr.Sommerfeld
- Johanna König as Fräulein Sellner
- Franz Schneider as Kegelbruder Franz
- Josef Tilgen as Kegelbruder Hans
- Egon Vogel as Kegelbruder Willi
- Lotti Krekel as Dagmar, Anhalterin
- Anja Brüning as Gisela, Anhalterin
- O'Brien p. 58
- O'Brien, Mary-Elizabeth (2004). Nazi Cinema as Enchantment: The Politics of Entertainment in the Third Reich. Camden House. ISBN 978-1-57113-283-3.
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