Willingness Dr. Federau

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Television series
Original title Willingness Dr. Federau
Country of production German Democratic Republic
original language German
year 1988
length 60 minutes
Episodes 7 in 1 season
genre family
idea Karlheinz Klimt
music Manfred Schmitz
First broadcast March 18, 1988 on GDR 1

Willingness Dr. Federau is a seven-part television series based on a script by Karlheinz Klimt . Directed by Horst Zaeske .


The contents of the series, the plot of which takes place mainly in Güstrow , are, in addition to medical emergencies, above all interpersonal relationships within the hospital developed by Dr. Uta Federau led the collective of doctors and helpers as well as the private strokes of fate of the single doctor.

After reunification , the series was repeated in the MDR and RBB , among others . It was repeated in 2006, 2009, 2012, 2016 and 2019. In 2013 the series was released on DVD .

Episode list

number Episode title First broadcast
1 envelope March 18, 1988
2 Ghost callers March 25, 1988
3 Relapse April 1, 1988
4th revival April 8, 1988
5 Deadlock April 15, 1988
6th Spa treatments April 22, 1988
7th Suspicious facts April 29, 1988


Not least because of her appearance in the series Readiness Dr. Federau , Uta Schorn was voted the most popular actress in the GDR .

For Karlheinz Klimt, readiness was Dr. Federau the last television series realized in the GDR. The series Your patient, colleague !? was no longer produced because of the turnaround .

In addition to the Czech series Das Krankenhaus am Rand der Stadt (The Hospital on the Edge of the City) produced in 1978 and the GDR series Tooth for a Tooth from 1985, Dr. Federau was one of the few doctor series that were filmed in the socialist countries of the time.

Web links

Individual evidence

  1. KabelEins Serienlexikon  ( page no longer available , search in web archivesInfo: The link was automatically marked as defective. Please check the link according to the instructions and then remove this notice. on kabeleins.de@1@ 2Template: Toter Link / www.kabeleins.de  
  2. Love of kitsch. In: Berliner Zeitung . dated May 8, 2004.
  3. Karlheinz Klimt. Friedrich-Bödecker-Kreis in Saxony-Anhalt, archived from the original on February 22, 2014 ; accessed on January 15, 2016 .