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Usch Barthelmeß-Weller, Werner Meyer

Die Kinder aus Nr. 67

Edition 1981
103' - 1980 - Family - Dialogue: German
Director: Usch Barthelmeß-Weller, Werner Meyer Composer: Andy Brauer With: Bernd Riedel, René Schaaf, May Buschke
The "Our Gang" type adventures of German working class kids from a Berlin apartment building (number 67) during the early 1930s. With Nazism's rise, however, their tight-knit group unravels. One leader, Paul, becomes a Nazi. (In a later book of the series, you discover he renounces Nazism and flees to Switzerland.) One, Erwin, resists Nazification. (In a later book, his father takes him to Sweden. He eventually, however, fights for the British.) And the girl, Miriam, who is Jewish, immigrates to Canada. (In a later book, she returns to Europe after the war, where all three comrades finally meet in Geneva to renew their vows of friendship once again.)

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Credits

Director

Usch Barthelmeß-Weller, Werner Meyer

Composer

Andy Brauer

With

Bernd Riedel, René Schaaf, May Buschke

Scenario

Usch Barthelmeß-Weller, Werner Meyer

Director of Photography

Hans-Günther Bücking, Jürgen Jürges

Editor

Helga Borsche

Producer

Renée Gundelach

More information

Dialogue

German

Countries of production

West Germany

Screenplay based on

"Die Kinder aus Nr. 67" (Lisa Tetzner)

Year

1980

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