Overview

The plot concerns a yeti who makes a pact with the devil to kidnap the most beautiful girl in the world. This turns out to be the Princess Lissi, who is clearly the Austrian Princess and later Empress Elisabeth of Bavaria, and much of the film is taken up with subplots related to the court and to the romantic relationship between Elisabeth and her husband. The film is thus a comic parody of the Sissi films.

  1. Michael Herbig

    Director, Screenplay

  2. Alfons Biedermann

    Screenplay

Top Billed Cast

  1. Michael Herbig

    Michael Herbig

    Lissi/Ignaz/Falthauser

  2. Christian Tramitz

    Christian Tramitz

    Kaiser Franz

  3. Waldemar Kobus

    Waldemar Kobus

    Yeti

  4. Rick Kavanian

    Rick Kavanian

    K├Ânig Bussi von Bayern/Feldmarschall

  5. Gerd Knebel

    Gerd Knebel

    Teufel

Full Cast & Crew

Lissi and the Wild Emperor
Lissi and the Wild Emperor

Facts

Original Title Lissi und der wilde Kaiser

Status Released

Release Information

  • September 25, 2008
    Theatrical

    Meaning

Original Language German

Runtime 1h 25m

Budget -

Revenue -

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Content Score

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