My sons-in-law and me

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Television series
Original title My sons-in-law and me
Country of production Germany
original language German
Year (s) 1969-1970
length 25 minutes
Episodes 13 in 1 season
genre Family series
production Bibo Film KG on behalf of hr werbung gmbh (HRW)
First broadcast December 8, 1969 on Hessischer Rundfunk

My Sons-in-Law and I is a German family series that ran from December 8, 1969 to March 9, 1970 on the Hessischer Rundfunk's early evening program . The novel of the same name by Jo Hanns Rösler served as a template .


The writer Johannes Rosen is the father of Johanna and Brigitte two daughters. He is extremely critical of every potential son-in-law. The medical student Martin and Richard, junior boss of a construction company, find his goodwill. The worried father can contribute his life experience and act as an advisor for the marital problems that follow.


The music for the series comes from Norbert Schultze , who also composed numerous film scores a. a. “ Lili Marleen ” and “Take me (us) with you, captain, on the journey”.

Although the series is set and filmed in Berlin, many cars have the fictitious license plate "PV".


The first broadcasts took place every Monday evening at 7:25 p.m. in the regional program of the Hessischer Rundfunk | Hessischer Rundfunk. A DVD of the entire series was released on September 10, 2010. The individual episodes can also be seen on YouTube .


  1. The enemy vanguard
  2. The eighth wonder of the world
  3. Wilhelm the conqueror
  4. Mozartkugeln
  5. The engaged
  6. Double wedding
  7. Family celebration
  8. Questions of taste
  9. The trade
  10. The broken dish
  11. Woman at the wheel
  12. At the reversal limit
  13. The diplomatic illness


  • Jo Hanns Rösler: My sons-in-law and me. Rowohlt, Reinbek 1981, ISBN 3-499-14464-6 (reprint of the Berlin 1963 edition).

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