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  • Release: 1957-04-26
  • Director: Wolfgang Schleif
  • Writers: Johann von Vásáry , Hans Rameau
  • Language: German
  • Stars: Grethe Weiser , Claus Biederstaedt , Rudolf Vogel , Doris Kirchner
  • Runtime: 86 min
  • Awards: N/A
  • AKA: Die verpfuschte Hochzeitsnacht , Die verpfuschte Hochzeitsnacht
  • Plot: Grethe Weiser steals the show (as always), as the ever-meddling mother-in-law determined to drive a wedge between her daughter and the man she is about to marry. Weiser's non-stop talking and manipulating of everyone around her seems to be the focus of this, and any film she appears in. Fans expect nothing less, however a more engaging and witty story might have helped.After the wedding ceremony eventually commences (despite "Mother's" efforts to assure failure), the bothersome old lady manages to end up on the train that takes the honeymooners to their vacation destination. Whether on the train or at the honeymoon hotel, Grethe Weiser makes sure there is never a dull (or restful) moment. The ending is too easy, yet leaving the cast and audience exhaling in relief.There are several hilarious "Grethe Weiser" moments, yet the plot leaves much to be desired. The Theater and Film star best known to many Germans as "the divine Jette" has certainly acted in better films. For a light hearted Sunday afternoon laugh, this one will do. Serious cinema fans may want to spend 85 minutes watching something of a bit higher standard.
  • IMDB:tt0051159
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