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Wake Me When the War is Over (October 14, 1969)

Wake Me When the War is Over
 

Released on October 14, 1969: (running time 1 hour and 14 minutes) A German Baroness hides an American Lieutenant from the World War Two German Army, making him her love-slave.

Directed by Gene Nelson

The Actors: Ken Berry (Lieutenant Roger Carrington), Eva Gabor (Baroness Marlena Hoffman), Werner Klemperer (Major Erich Mueller), Danielle De Metz (Eva), Hans Conried (Erhardt), Jim Backus (Colonel), Alan Hewitt (unknown), Woodrow Parfrey (unknown), Parley Baer (Erhardt's butler), William Wintersole (Klaus), Norbert Schiller (unknown), Jon Cedar (Flarger), Ben Wright (police officer), Ted Gehring (German soldier), Walter Janovitz (train conductor), Maria Schroeder (unknown), Art Lewis (unknown), Rolfe Sedan (unknown), Katharina Berger (unknown), Ron Nyman (unknown), Ted Stanhope (unknown), Alex Rodine (unknown), Charlotte Boerner (unknown), Martin Kosleck (butler), Skip Young (Jim Backus' aide)

 

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The Captured Lieutenant and the Sexy Baroness

"All any girl needs, at any time in history, is simple velvet and basic diamonds."  ~ Eva Gabor.

Jolie Gábor, a jeweler married to a solder in Budapest, Hungary, had three beautiful daughters. Jolie became a restless mother and one day told her husband that she wanted to try to become a stage actress. Her husband laughed and said, “You cannot be an actress now. Now you are too old.” Jolie thought about this for a moment and decided that if she could not become an actress, her daughters would.

At the age of twenty, youngest daughter Eva married a doctor and they emigrated to the U.S. Her husband became the personal physician to many wealthy people in Los Angeles, including movie superstar Greta Garbo. Because of that exposure, Eva began her acting career. Her real fame for acting would not come until she played a New York socialite trying to become a farmer’s wife in the television sit-com Green Acres, from 1965 through 1971.

Many fans confused Eva with her sister Zsa Zsa, and they both hated being confused with each other, except for one time. Eva was swimming nude in her mansion pool, and a telephone lineman was working high on a telephone pole overlooking the pool. When he saw her, he smiled and said, “Good morning Eva.”

Eva looked up at the man, smiled, and coyly replied, “No, Dahling, it’s Zsa Zsa.”

It was during this time of fame that she appeared in this movie made for television. The movie begins in 1944, near the end of fighting in World War Two. Eva Gabor is a German Baroness who discovers a U.S. airman who has accidentally fallen from an airplane. She hides him from the German army, and makes him her boyfriend, telling him that as soon as the war is over, she will let him know so that he can leave his hiding place.

Unfortunately, the war ends much too soon for the Baroness, and not wanting to lose her lover, she convinces him for several years that the war is still raging on. Pop a big bowl of white kernel popcorn with plenty of warm melted butter drizzled over it and enjoy the show.

Danielle De Metz
Danielle De Metz
Danielle De Metz
Danielle De Metz
Eva Gabor and Werner Klemperer
Eva Gabor and Werner Klemperer
Eva Gabor
Eva Gabor
Hans Conried
Hans Conried
Hans Conried
Hans Conried
Jim Backus and Eva Gabor
Jim Backus and Eva Gabor
Jim Backus and Skip Young
Jim Backus and Skip Young
Jim Backus
Jim Backus
Jim Backus
Jim Backus
Ken Berry and Danielle De Metz
Ken Berry and Danielle De Metz
Ken Berry and Eva Gabor
Ken Berry and Eva Gabor
Ken Berry and Werner Klemperer
Ken Berry and Werner Klemperer
Ken Berry
Ken Berry
Ken Berry
Ken Berry
Parley Baer
Parley Baer
Walter Janovitz
Walter Janovitz
Skip Young and Jim Backus
Skip Young and Jim Backus
Skip Young
Skip Young