|Director||Robert A. Stemmle|
|Writers||Günter Neumann (screenplay)
Günter Neumann (story)
|Cast||Gert Fröbe Tatjana Sais Ute Sielisch Aribert Wäscher O.E. Hasse Hans Deppe Werner Oehlschlaeger Erik Ode Karl Schönböck Herbert Hübner Alfred Schieske Herbert Weissbach Kurt Weitkamp Franz-Otto Krüger|
|Runtime||89 min, USA:80 min|
|Plot||Told in the style of the German cabaret theatre, where both Gunther Neumann and Gert Frobe were important members, this is a balladeer's version of a serious plot with musical interludes. The year is 2050 and the audience is asked to look at a telecast of 'The Ancients", from a century ago. Flashback to Germany, 1948, where Otto Normalverbraucher (Otto Averageman in the English-narrated version) is just returning from service in the German army during World War II. His experiences, told tongue-in-cheek, of the troubles that beset the average, law-abiding German citizen in post-war, war-torn destitute Germany and his awareness of the changes and problems are the bulk of the story.... see Berliner Ballade on IMDb|
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