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Frau Wirtin hat auch einen Grafen
Frau Wirtin hat auch einen Grafen (1968)
  • Director:
    Franz Antel
  • Category:
  • Writer:
    Kurt Nachmann,Günter Ebert
  • Cast:
    Jeffrey Hunter,Harald Leipnitz,Pascale Petit
  • Time:
    1h 36min
  • Year:
The German innkeeper Susan, now leading an acting troupe, travels to Italy and uses feminine wiles to undo an assassination plot against Napoleon, and rescue a local count (a great romancer) from his own enemies.
Cast overview, first billed only:
Jeffrey Hunter Jeffrey Hunter - Count Enrico
Harald Leipnitz Harald Leipnitz - Ferdinand
Pascale Petit Pascale Petit - Duchess Elisa
Teri Tordai Teri Tordai - Wirtin Von Der Lahn / Sexy Susan / Susanne Delberg (as Terry Torday)
Jacques Herlin Jacques Herlin - St. Laduc
Hannelore Auer Hannelore Auer - Sophie
Rosemarie Lindt Rosemarie Lindt - Bertha
Judith Dornys Judith Dornys - Dorine
Anke Syring Anke Syring - Fiametta
Edwige Fenech Edwige Fenech - Celine
Franz Muxeneder Franz Muxeneder - Pumpernickel
Femi Benussi Femi Benussi - Giovanna
Erich Padalewski Erich Padalewski - Apotheker
Carlo Delle Piane Carlo Delle Piane - Pipo
Reza Fazeli Reza Fazeli - Latouche

Frau Wirtin hat auch einen Grafen (1968)

On the poster for the 1971 U.S. release, Mike Marshall is credited as the male lead, although it is Jeffrey Hunter who is shown on the poster.

This is another "Sexy Susan" movie about the crazy adventures of a prostitute/madame named Susana in Napoleon-era Germany. It's in German,unfortunately, so I only could make out a word of dialogue here and there, and, to be honest, I completely lost track of the zany, madcap plot. It does SEEM to be a little more sophisticated than your typical European sex comedy, and might actually be pretty funny with English subtitles (I DON'T regret, however, not getting to see a horrid English-dubbed version).

The main star once again is Teri Tordai, who was in all these "Sexy Susan" but really nothing else. There are also the usual amount of naked frauleins on display, except in this case their perhaps better described as signoras (Femi Benussi, Daniela Giordano) or mademoiselles (Edwige Fenech). That might really be half the fun of these films: spotting the familiar faces (and bare torsos) of actresses who would go on to bigger, if not always better, 1970's Euro-exploitation films.

Some of the niche DVD companies have starting releasing some of the Italian period sexploitation films in recent years (like "Ubalda, All Naked and Warm" featuring Edwige Fenech, all naked and warm), and with subtitles rather than dubbing. I'd be interested in seeing the Italian "Decameron" knock-offs, or some of the films in this German series get the same treatment someday soon.