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Herrn Josefs letzte Liebe (1959)

Mr. Josef has been in the service of the Türkheim banking family for fifty years. When Josef runs into a small dog, there are serious problems.

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Hermann Kugelstadt
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Complete credited cast:
Hans Moser ... Herr Josef Redlich
Gerlinde Locker ... Eva Berger
Wolf Albach-Retty ... Albert Türkheim
Lucie Englisch ... Berta Berger
Adrienne Gessner Adrienne Gessner ... Fräulein Auguste
Ernst Waldbrunn Ernst Waldbrunn ... Franz - der Ober
Hugo Gottschlich Hugo Gottschlich
Heide Alrun Heide Alrun
Toni von Bukovics Toni von Bukovics
Gerda Passoni Gerda Passoni
Wolfgang Jansen Wolfgang Jansen
Willi Hufnagel Willi Hufnagel
Ferry Wondra Ferry Wondra ... Ferdinand Berger - Portier
Rest of cast listed alphabetically:
Bärle Bärle ... Kleiner Josef, der Hund
Else Rambausek Else Rambausek
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Mr. Josef has been in the service of the Türkheim banking family for fifty years. When Josef runs into a small dog, there are serious problems.

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Man's best friend offers companionship in old age
16 September 2006 | by mdm-11See all my reviews

Hans Moser is perfectly cast as the likable old "Herr Josef", whose only joy in his old age is his faithful dog. When the two are to be separated, Herr Josef loses all will to go on living.

Hans Moser, a native Viennese, was one of the Old German Cinema's most popular stars, with a career spanning at least 30 years; appearing mainly in "mistaken identity" comedies, and occasionally singing a song or two. His 1940s tune "Die Reblaus" is still a well recognized song today.

Fans will enjoy this mellow Sunday afternoon family fare, and perhaps shed a few tears. This is not a big budget blockbuster, just a pleasant double-helping of good old German "Schmalz".


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Country:

West Germany | Austria

Language:

German

Release Date:

12 March 1959 (West Germany) See more »

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1.66 : 1
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