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Only for lovers of Franz Lehár's music
Forget the story! It's both ridiculous and unbelievable. As in many other German and Austrian films of this time, you can find high mountains, a blue sky and happy people. The story is only useful to fill the gaps between the songs of Renate Holm and German post-war comic-opera-star Rudolf Schock. This movie is only remarkable for the appearance of two Austrian actors. The one is the wonderful comedian Rudolf Vogel - his acting is also in this movie a guarantee for really comical moments (the other actors only pretend to be). The other is Peter Garden. The smart-looking Garden made a slow career after the war and at its peak it came to an sudden end. Shortly after he finally got his own show in German television called "Peter's Garden Party" (1970), his career as a very active and very tricky informer for the Gestapo during the war was covered up. What was thoroughly helpful after the war to start a career (or to extend it), was at that time, 1970, the end of it - even in Germany.
- Aug 7, 2001
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