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Das Wirtshaus im Spessart (The Spessart Inn) (1958)





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This was the first of a trilogy of "Spessart" parodies by director Kurt Hoffmann, each starring Liselotte Pulver in the title role. This particular take-off is concerned with highway bandits and kidnapped nobility. Everything begins when Countess Franziska (Pulver) and her fiancée and entourage are accosted and brought to an inn where they are kept hostage. But the intrepid Countess escapes, reaches home, and then is refused any assistance from her father. He is not going to pay the ransom demand. So she goes back disguised as a man to save the hostages on her own. Circumstances eventually lead to their release, but by then, she and the ringleader have fallen in love. Songs and general enthusiastic hijinks enliven the story, clichéd or not. ~ Eleanor Mannikka, Rovi


Liselotte Pulver
as Countess Franziska
Carlos Thompson
as Robber Captain
Ina Peters
as Maid Barbara
Guenther Lueders
as Baron Sperling
Otto Storr
as Reverend
Paul Esser
as Corporal
Herbert Hübner
as Count Sandau
Wolfgang Muller
as Robber Funzel
Wolfgang Neuss
as Robber Knoll
Rudolf Vogel
as Buffon Parucchio
Veronika Fitz
as Maid Luise
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