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In melodramatic fashion, the film tells the tale of a young German woman who finds herself alone in the world when the rest of her family is killed in a WWII air raid. Helping an American military man escape the Gestapo, she finds herself on the run from the Russian Army. Escaping to the American (and safe) side of Berlin, she registers herself as a prostitute (unknowingly) and finds herself caught between the German officer who thinks she is for sale and the American officer who she saved and is now in love with her.

  1. Henry Koster


  2. James McGivern


  3. Leo Townsend


Top Billed Cast

  1. Dana Wynter

    Dana Wynter

    Erika Angermann

  2. Mel Ferrer

    Mel Ferrer

    Maj. Foster MacLain

  3. Dolores Michaels

    Dolores Michaels


  4. Theodore Bikel

    Theodore Bikel

    Col. Dimitri Bucaron

  5. Margaret Hayes

    Margaret Hayes

    Lt. Berdie Dubbin

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Original Title Fräulein

Status Released

Release Information

  • June 8, 1958


Original Language English

Runtime 1h 35m

Budget -

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