Two Bavarians in St. Pauli

Two Bavarians in St. Pauli (German: Zwei Bayern in St. Pauli) is a 1956 West German comedy film directed by Hermann Kugelstadt and starring Joe Stöckel, Beppo Brem and Lucie Englisch.[1]

Two Bavarians in St. Pauli
Directed byHermann Kugelstadt
Produced by
  • Hans H. König
  • Richard König
  • Edgar Röll
Written by
  • Eberhard Itzenplitz
  • Hans H. König
  • Hans Lacmüller
Starring
Music byWerner Bochmann
CinematographyErich Küchler
Edited byLuise Dreyer-Sachsenberg
Production
company
König Film
Distributed byKopp-Filmverleih
Release date
27 November 1956
Running time
95 minutes
CountryWest Germany
LanguageGerman

The film's sets were designed by the art director Hans Sohnle and Hans Strobel. It was shot partly on location in Hamburg including at Hagenbeck's Tierpark.

It was followed by three sequels between 1957 and 1962.

Cast

  • Joe Stöckel as Ferdinand Lechner
  • Beppo Brem as Karl Köpfle
  • Lucie Englisch as Kathi Lechner
  • Franz Muxeneder as Max
  • Ernst Waldow as Eugen Hempel
  • Ruth Lommel as Gloria von Merlen
  • Michl Lang as Sepp Holzner
  • Alexander Golling as Hieronymous Huber
  • Gaby Fehling as Bärbel Lechner
  • Knut Ihne as Hans Holzner
  • Gusti Kreissl as Frau Knöpfle
  • Petra Unkel as Fanny
  • Rudolf Carl as Obermoser
  • Jean Pierre Faye as Neger Theophil
  • Bernhard Jakschatat as Gastwirt des "Alt-Bayern"
  • Joseph Offenbach as Polizeikomissar
  • Franz Loskarn as Dullinger
  • Horst Loska as Kirchbacher
  • Hans von Morhart as Landrat
  • Adi Ferber as Chef im Schiffsereisebüro
  • Walter Pötters as Photograph im Zoo
  • Gert Wiedenhofen as Kellner im "Grünen Hai"
  • Rolf Kralovitz as Photograph im "Grünen Hai"
  • Walter Ladengast as Zoowärter
  • Beppo Schwaiger as Zoowärter
  • Joe Rivé Joe Rivé as Portier im "Grünen Hai"

References

  1. Eppenberger & Stapfer p. 39

Bibliography

  • Beni Eppenberger & Daniel Stapfer. Mädchen, Machos und Moneten: die unglaubliche Geschichte des SchweizerKinounternehmers Erwin C. Dietrich. Verlag Scharfe Stiefel, 2006.
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