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A Saturday evening dance in the village pub is interrupted when the barn of local farmer Paul Gäbler catches on fire. The farmer himself is soon found – hanged. Sawmill owner Züllich claims that Gäbler committed suicide because he was forced to join an agricultural production cooperative, but others are convinced Gäbler was murdered. Officers Schneider and Anders must navigate their way through a complex maze of personal and political motivations in order to reconstruct the crime.

  1. Heinz Thiel

    Director

  2. Carl Andrießen

    Writer

  3. Lothar Creutz

    Writer

Top Billed Cast

  1. Gerry Wolff

    Gerry Wolff

    Oberleutnant Schneider

  2. Kurt Conradi

    Leutnant Anders

  3. Johannes Arpe

    Johannes Arpe

    Paul Gäbler

  4. Ruth Kommerell

    Ruth Kommerell

    Erna Gäbler, seine Frau

  5. Rudolf Ulrich

    Rudolf Ulrich

    Fritz Gäbler, Pauls Bruder

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Tanz am Sonnabend-Mord?

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Status Released

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  • January 19, 1962
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Original Language German

Runtime 1h 26m

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