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Saleswoman Jenny is crazy about the painter Jack. But Jack does not want to marry, even though he loves Jenny passionately. So Jenny looks elsewhere to find the right man. She marries twice, but always ends up back with Jack and gives herself to him with no attachments. Will Jack and Jenny find true love? Of course!

  1. Steve Previn

    Director

  2. Victor Vicas

    Director

  3. Anne Piper

    Novel

  4. Kurt Nachmann

    Screenplay

Top Billed Cast

  1. Brett Halsey

    Brett Halsey

    Jack

  2. Senta Berger

    Senta Berger

    Jenny

  3. Michael Hinz

    Michael Hinz

    Josef Lancelot

  4. Marion Michael

    Marion Michael

    Betsy

  5. Eckart Dux

    Eckart Dux

    Eduard

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Jack and Jenny

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Original Title Jack und Jenny

Status Released

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  • December 25, 1963
    Theatrical

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Original Language German

Runtime 1h 27m

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