A lifeguard at Lake Müggel has his hand bitten off and the marks indicate a shark attack. The lake is closed to the public by extending a local festival indefinitely while the city council thinks of what can be done to remove the shark. The public becomes restless having their lake closed for so long and come up with a plan to drive the shark from the lake with large quantities of beer.

  1. Sven Regener

    Director, Writer

  2. Leander Haußmann

    Director, Writer

Top Billed Cast

  1. Henry Hübchen

    Henry Hübchen

    Bürgermeister Müller

  2. Michael Gwisdek

    Michael Gwisdek


  3. Benno Fürmann

    Benno Fürmann

    Der reiche Mann von Friedrichshagen

  4. Tom Schilling

    Tom Schilling

    Fischexperte von der Humboldt-Universität

  5. Uwe Dag Berlin

    Uwe Dag Berlin

    Snake Müller

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Shark Alarm at Müggel Lake
Shark Alarm at Müggel Lake



Original Title Hai-Alarm am Müggelsee

Status Released

Release Information

  • March 12, 2013


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

Original Language German

Runtime 1h 39m

Budget $3,774,400.00

Revenue -



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