Das einfache Mädchen
|Das einfache Mädchen|
|Directed by||Werner Jacobs|
|Produced by||Artur Brauner|
|Written by||Curth Flatow
|Music by||Heinz Gietz|
|Edited by||Jutta Hering|
|Distributed by||Gloria Film|
Caterina Bastiani, a talented young actress, is offered the leading role in a musical. This is her big break but the author of the novel on which the musical is based is less than pleased about this adaption — and he does not think much of Caterina. Caterina meets a girl by accident who has applied to work for the author as a maid. She takes the girl's place in order to prove her talent as an actress and shows up at the author's home as the new maid herself.
- Caterina Valente – Caterina Bastiani
- Rudolf Prack – Thomas Krauss
- Ruth Stephan – Milli
- Rudolf Platte – Werner Pätzold
- Dorit Kreysler – Mrs. Seidel
- Helen Vita – Eva Krapke
- Peter W. Staub – Pit
- Stefan Haar – Jürgen Krauss
- Richard Allan – Robert Holden
- Hans Olden – Anton Schwarz
- Franz-Otto Krüger – Regisseur
- Henry Lorenzen – Komponist Heino Kies
- Herbert Weißbach – Baron Westhoff
Das einfache Mädchen was directed by German director Werner Jacobs and produced by Artur Brauner. It is based on an idea by Curth Flatow who also wrote the screenplay, together with Eckart Hachfeld. The working title was Bravo, Caterina. Horst Wendlandt was line producer and Brauner's wife, Maria, was in charge of costume design. Filming took place in May 1957 at the CCC Studios in Berlin.
The film premiered on 23 August 1957 at the Thalia in Wiesbaden.
- "Filmportal: Das einfache Mädchen". Retrieved 31 March 2013.
- Das einfache Mädchen at the Internet Movie Database
- Artur-Brauner-Archive at the Deutsches Filmmuseum in Frankfurt (German), containing the production files for this movie
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