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|Directed by||Erich Kobler|
|Produced by||Willy Zeyn|
|Edited by||E. Martin|
|Music by||Hans Georg Schütz|
|Distributed by||Schorcht Filmverleih|
|4 July 1949|
Trouble Backstairs (German: Krach im Hinterhaus) is a 1949 West German comedy film directed by Erich Kobler and starring Paul Dahlke, Fita Benkhoff and Ursula Herking. It was based on a play of the same title by Maximilian Böttcher, which had previously been turned into the 1935 film Trouble Backstairs.
- Paul Dahlke as August Krüger
- Fita Benkhoff as Irma Schulze
- Ursula Herking as Malchen Krüger
- Bruni Löbel as Edeltraud Panse
- Traute Rose as Frau Bock
- Gisela von Jagen as Ilse Bock, ihre Tochter
- Carl Kuhlmann as Oberpostschaffner Hermann Schulze
- Ilse Melcher as Paula, seine Tochter
- Bum Krüger as Gustav Kluge, Bäckermeister
- Ernst von Klipstein as Assessor Dr. Erich Horn
- Friedrich Domin as Justizrat Dr. Horn, sein Vater
- Franz Schafheitlin as Prosecutor
- Walter Janssen as Amtsgerichtsrat Meier
- Hilli Wildenhain as Frau Puschke
- Goble p. 48
- Goble, Alan. The Complete Index to Literary Sources in Film. Walter de Gruyter, 1 Jan 1999.
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