|Original title||Taxi kitty|
|Country of production||Germany|
|Age rating||FSK 12|
Kurt E. Walter
Jo Hanns Rösler
|production||Karl Junge for Young Film Union Rolf Meyer (Hamburg)|
Taxi-Kitty is a comedy film and a music film by the director Kurt Hoffmann from 1950. The film adaptation of the literature is based on an idea by the writer Hermann Droop. In the main role , Hannelore Schroth embodies the unsuccessful musician Kitty, who finds a successful job as a lateral entrant in passenger transport .
The film is set in Hamburg. The young Kitty, whose vaudeville talent goes largely unnoticed in her branch, is accordingly without a job. Then she meets a taxi driver who makes sure that she can help out in the taxi driver's canteen. There she soon won the hearts of the chauffeurs for herself and studied new vocal numbers on the side.
When she makes a small appearance in a variety show, she wins the special attention of the agent of an artist agency that Kitty had previously rejected. Now the agent offers her a job, which Kitty refuses. Instead, she would rather stay in the taxi business and marry one of the drivers. Her sole wish is to be escorted to the registry office in a large taxi column with the one she has chosen.
The shooting took place from the end of September to mid-November 1950 in the Bendestorf studio . The outdoor shots were taken in Hamburg and the surrounding area. Waltraud Saloga was the still photographer , Franz Schroedter was responsible for the film construction. Werner Schlagge was responsible for the sound. The lyrics are from the pen of Willy Dehmel .
The lexicon of international film certified the film to be a sedate, good-natured musical comedy that is comparatively imaginative, cleverly pointed and well played.
- Taxi-Kitty in the Internet Movie Database (English)
- Taxi-Kitty at Cinema
- Taxi-Kitty at the German Film Institute
- Taxi-Kitty at filmportal.de