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|The Ideal Woman|
|Directed by||Josef von Báky|
|Written by||Hildegard Brücker |
|Produced by||Utz Utermann|
|Starring||Ruth Leuwerik |
|Edited by||Gertrud Hinz-Nischwitz|
|Music by||Georg Haentzschel|
|Distributed by||Bavaria Film|
|25 August 1959|
The Ideal Woman (German: Die ideale Frau) is a 1959 West German comedy film directed by Josef von Báky and starring Ruth Leuwerik, Martin Benrath and Boy Gobert.  Fanny Becker, the mayor of Rosenburg, meets a former lover and is tempted to resume her romance with him, but eventually decides to remain with her husband (the leader of the opposition in Rosenburg).
- Ruth Leuwerik as Fanny Becker
- Martin Benrath as Axel Jungk
- Boy Gobert as Jaroslaw Martini
- Friedrich Domin as Justizrat Becker
- Agnes Windeck as Frau Jungk
- Heinrich Gretler as Stadtrat Niggelmann
- Paul Hoffmann as Stadtdirektor Rechnitz
- Lukas Ammann as Butler
- Hellmuth Haupt as Toni Adam
- Käthe Itter as Anna
- Anette Karmann as Evi Niggelmann
- Hans-Michael Bock and Tim Bergfelder. The Concise Cinegraph: An Encyclopedia of German Cinema. Berghahn Books, 2009.
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