Zwei in einer großen Stadt (1942)

Two in a Big City

Directed by: Volker von Collande
Produced by: Robert Wüllner
Written by: Ursula von Witzendorff
Volker von Collande
Music by: Willy Kollo
Cinematography: Carl Hoffmann
Erich Nitzschmann
Edited by: Walter von Bonhorst
Production company: Tobis Film
Distributed by: Tobis Film
Release dates: 23 January 1942
Running time: 80 minutes
Country: Germany
Language: German


Claude Farell: Gisela Meinhold
Karl John: Bernd Birckhoff
Marianne Simson: Inge Torff
Hansi Wendler: Gisela Brückner
Volker von Collande: Dr. Eberhard Berg
Hannes Keppler: Peter Pelle
Käthe Haack: Oberhelferin
Paul Henckels: Bumke
Margarete Kupfer: Frau Böhme
Hubert von Meyerinck: Spießer
Wolf Trutz: Ein Fremder
Georg Haentzschel: Band Leader
Horst Winter: Singer


1941: the young Air Force sergeant Bernd Birkhoff has gotten a three-day pass and wants to spend one of those days visiting old acquaintances in Berlin. At the railway station Friedrichstrasse, he gets to know the Red Cross volunteer Gisela and both are attracted to each other on sight. A short time later, they meet once again at Wannsee as his acquaintances weren’t able to meet him. The friendship between the two grows deeper, but a hidden jealousy keeps Gisela at arm’s length. Only when they meet for a third time do the two admit to their love for each other; but then end up separated again. Finally, that evening, they meet once more and all the misunderstandings are cleared up; but then they only have an hour left together before the soldier must leave once more for the front.

Zwei in einer grossen Stadt

3 comments on “Zwei in einer großen Stadt (1942)

  1. Senatssekretär Freistaat Danzig says:

    Reblogged this on behindertvertriebentessarzblog.

  2. Helmut Stuka says:

    Thank you! (And thank you for making this an download, instead of Jewtube.)

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