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|The Mad Bomberg|
|Directed by||Rolf Thiele|
|Based on||The Mad Bomberg|
by Josef Winckler
|Edited by||Caspar van den Berg|
|Music by||Hans-Martin Majewski|
|Distributed by||Neue Filmverleih|
The Mad Bomberg (German: Der tolle Bomberg) is a 1957 West Germany comedy film directed by Rolf Thiele and starring Hans Albers, Marion Michael and Harald Juhnke. The film is an adaptation of the 1923 novel of the same title by Josef Winckler which was based on a real historical Westphalian aristocrat of the nineteenth century. The film was conceived partly as an attempt to replicate the success of Albers' hit film Münchhausen (1943).
- Hans Albers as Baron Gisbert von Bomberg
- Marion Michael as Paula Mühlberg
- Harald Juhnke as Dr. Roland
- Paul Henckels as Dr. Emil Landois
- Ingeborg Christiansen as Emma, the buxom maid
- Gert Fröbe as Gustav-Eberhard Mühlberg
- Camilla Spira as Frau Kommerzienrat Mühlberg
- Ilse Künkele as Baroneß Adelheid von Twackel
- Erich Fiedler as Baron von Twackel
- Hubert von Meyerinck as Pastor
- Wanda Rotha as Editha
- Walter M. Wülf as Fuchs, the majordomo
- Herbert Hübner as Regiment Commander von Strullbach
- Otto Stoeckel as Kuno von Schnappwitz
- Thea Grodtczinsky as Mathilde von Schnappwitz
- Herbert Weissbach as Count Murveldt
- Hans Leibelt as Professor von Wetzelstien
- Margit Symo as Galina Krakowskaja
- Helga Warnecke as Aunt Laura
- Hake p.228
- Hake, Sabine. Popular Cinema of the Third Reich. University of Texas Press, 2001.
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