Frau Wirtin's great little daughter

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Original title Frau Wirtin's great little daughter
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Country of production Federal Republic of Germany , Austria , Italy
original language German
Publishing year 1973
length 86 minutes
Age rating FSK 18
Director Franz Antel
(as François Legrand )
script Kurt Nachmann
Vittoria Vigorelli
production Franz Antel
Carl Szokoll
music Stelvio Cipriani
camera Siegfried Hold
cut Franz Antel
(as François Legrand )

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Frau Wirtin's great little daughter is a German-Austrian-Italian erotic comedy filmed in 1972 and the conclusion of the film series about the landlady von der Lahn . Franz Antel directed the film, shown for the first time on April 19, 1973.


As your servant with the corpses undertakers caught her husband red-handed in the cabinet, the landlady now laughs from the Lahn, Countess Süderland, in the truest sense of the word to death. She bequeathed her not inconsiderable fortune to her daughter, who was brought up in a convent school. The executor Vincent van der Straten brings the news of the inheritance there and now has to find out which of the five schoolgirls, Francoise, Clarissa, Susanne, Piroschka and Anselma, is the actual daughter. He also tells erotic stories that incite the girls to imitate. It turns out that all five will rightly live as heiresses.


The lexicon of international film classified the film as "idiotic stuff". Father Virgintino writes in the Gazzetta del Mezzogiorno : “There is neither good direction nor good taste to see; this dubious and banal little film is an episodic accumulation of crude and vulgar ingredients. "


Ferry Windberger designed the film structures . The Italian title is Leva lo diavolo tuo dal… convento .

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Individual evidence

  1. Frau Wirtin's great little daughter. In: Lexicon of International Films . Film service , accessed March 2, 2017 .Template: LdiF / Maintenance / Access used 
  2. ^ On December 1, 1973, quoted from Roberto Poppi, Mario Pecorari: Dizionario del Cinema italiano. I film dal 1970 al 1979. Vol. 4, tomo 1, AL. Gremese, 1996, pp. 406/407