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Overview

Pepe Nietnagel and his fellow students of the Mommsen school come up with all kinds of ideas to get out of doing any actual school work. This includes simulating suicides, setting off the air-raid sirens and abusing the school director's new broadcasting system. They succeed in sending their teacher to a sanatorium and get a replacement that turns out to not be so bad after all.

  1. Werner Jacobs

    Director

  2. Franz Seitz junior

    Screenplay

Top Billed Cast

  1. Hansi Kraus

    Hansi Kraus

    Pepe Nietnagel

  2. Uschi Glas

    Uschi Glas

    Marion Nietnagel

  3. Theo Lingen

    Theo Lingen

    Oberstudiendirektor Dr. Gottlieb Taft

  4. Gila von Weitershausen

    Gila von Weitershausen

    Helena Taft

  5. Günther Schramm

    Günther Schramm

    Studienrat Dr. Albert Kersten

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Zur Hölle mit den Paukern
Zur Hölle mit den Paukern

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Status Released

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  • April 3, 1968
    6
    Theatrical

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    No children younger than 6 years admitted.

Original Language German

Runtime 1h 25m

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