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On February 20, 1953, the Nordwestdeutsche Rundfunk broadcast the first cooking show of German post-war television. Clemens Carl Hahn became the TV chef Clemens Wilmenrod. When the "request in ten minutes to table" on the screens flickered, went for the presenter of the show a dream come true: He had designed the cooking show not only the first TV format that was aimed at women, but also a new self invented.

  1. Kaspar Heidelbach


Top Billed Cast

  1. Jan Josef Liefers

    Jan Josef Liefers

    Clemens Wilmenrod

  2. Anna Loos

    Anna Loos

    Erika Wilmenrod

  3. Justus von Dohnányi

    Justus von Dohnányi

    Willi Schmittke

  4. Catrin Striebeck

    Catrin Striebeck

    Ruth Singer

  5. Gustav-Peter Wöhler

    Gustav-Peter Wöhler

    Intendant Bruns

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Es liegt mir auf der Zunge
Es liegt mir auf der Zunge


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  • November 25, 2009


Original Language German

Runtime 1h 30m

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