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Overview

Luc and Gaston are French bus drivers who would do almost anything for pretty girls. Thus they "borrow" one of their firms busses in order to bring some girls to Kitzbuehel for skiing.

  1. Franz Antel

    Director, Writer

  2. Peter Ebbs

    Writer

  3. Willy Fritsch

    Writer

  4. Richard Balducci

    Writer

Top Billed Cast

  1. St├ęphane Hillel

    St├ęphane Hillel

    Luc

  2. Sascha Hehn

    Sascha Hehn

    Gaston

  3. Olivia Pascal

    Olivia Pascal

    Marguerite

  4. Consuelo De Haviland

    Consuelo De Haviland

  5. Ossy Kolmann

    Ossy Kolmann

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Austern mit Senf

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Status Released

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  • August 10, 1979
    16
    Theatrical

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    Children 16 or older admitted, nobody under this age admitted.

Original Language German

Runtime 1h 30m

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