Overview

Leopold Wallisch, nick-named "Lemming", was fired from the homicide department due to intrigues by his colleague Krotznig. Now he works for a small Viennese private detective agency and spies on potential adulterers. When the Latin teacher Grinzinger is murdered while under Lemming's observation, he gives himself a shove and decides to solve the case himself. "Lemming's First Case", an adaptation of the best-seller by the Austrian author Stefan Slupetzky, promises pure crime comedy.

  1. Nikolaus Leytner

    Director

Top Billed Cast

  1. Fritz Karl

    Fritz Karl

    Leopold "Lemming" Wallisch

  2. Julia Koschitz

    Julia Koschitz

    Klara Breitner

  3. Roland Düringer

    Roland Düringer

    Krotznig

  4. Florian Teichtmeister

    Florian Teichtmeister

    Huber

  5. Krista Stadler

    Krista Stadler

    Frau Grinzinger

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Lemming's First Case
Lemming's First Case

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Facts

Original Title Der Fall des Lemming

Status Released

Release Information

  • October 2, 2009
    Theatrical

    Meaning

Original Language German

Runtime 1h 36m

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