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Martin is 25 years old and very reserved about work. Together with his buddy Henry, he lives in their Schwabing apartment in the day. But everything changes when he falls in love with the attractive Barbara and observed a slump: For when he gives up the police report, the officials themselves suspect him of the crime. In addition, he still owes a text to the hit producer Viktor Block. Suddenly Martin is up to his ears in chaos.

  1. May Spils

    Author, Director

  2. Werner Enke


  3. Henry van Lyck


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  1. Werner Enke


  2. Uschi Glas

    Uschi Glas


  3. Henry van Lyck

    Henry van Lyck


  4. Helmut Brasch


  5. Inge Marschall


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Go for It, Baby
Go for It, Baby


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Original Title Zur Sache, Sch├Ątzchen

Status Released

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  • January 4, 1968


    Children 12 or older admitted, children between 6 and 11 only when accompanied by parent or a legal guardian.

Original Language German

Runtime 1h 20m

Budget -

Revenue -



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