The Viking Who Became a Bigamist (1969)

16 09/04/1969 (DE) Comedy 1h 39m
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The Italian Vittorio Coppa works as a sleeper car commuter and commutes regularly between Munich and Rome. Because he believes that true love exists only in connection with marriage, he is secretly married twice.

  1. Franz Antel


  2. Mario Guerra


  3. Kurt Nachmann


  4. Vittorio Vighi


  5. Günter Ebert


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  1. Lando Buzzanca

    Lando Buzzanca

    Vittorio Coppa

  2. Teri Tordai

    Teri Tordai


  3. Heinz Erhardt

    Heinz Erhardt


  4. Peter Weck

    Peter Weck

    von Weiland

  5. Raffaella Carrà

    Raffaella Carrà


  6. Andrea Rau

    Andrea Rau

    Marisa Carlotti

  7. Ann Smyrner

    Ann Smyrner


  8. Jacques Herlin

    Jacques Herlin

    Dr. Pellegrini

  9. Edith Hancke

    Edith Hancke


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The Viking Who Became a Bigamist

Original Title Warum hab ich bloss zwei mal ja gesagt

Status Released

Original Language German

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