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Viktor und Viktoria

Germany, German, 100 mins

  • Director: Reinhold Schünzel
  • Writer: Reinhold Schünzel
  • Producer: Eduard Kubat; Alfred Zeisler

CGiii Comment

The problem with older films is...just because they are old...they are deemed to be good.

Well, that means that every film made will eventually be received with critical open arms...drivel.

Interesting...only as the source material for subsequent productions.


Trailer...

The(ir) Blurb...

Aspiring singer Susanne takes over for ham actor Viktor at a small cabaret in Berlin where he works a woman impersonator and per chance she's discovered by an agent, who thinks, that she really is a man. She becomes famous, but her situation becomes troublesome, when she falls in love with Robert.

Cast & Characters

Renate Muller as Susanne Lohr;
Hermann Thimig as Viktor Hempel;
Hilde Hildebrand as Ellinor;
Friedel Pisetta as Lilian;
Fritz Odemar as Douglas;
Aribert Wascher as Francesco Alberto Punkertin;
Anton Walbrook as Robert;
Ernst Behmer;
Georg Georgi;
Goroll;
Karl Harbacher;
Trude Lehmann;
Hans Lorenzen;
Henry Lorenzen;
Herbert Paulmuller

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