If We All Were Angels (1956 film)

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If We All Were Angels
Directed by Günther Lüders
Written by
Produced by Georg Richter
Starring
Cinematography Günther Rittau
Edited by Anneliese Schönnenbeck
Music by Franz Grothe
Production
company
Distributed bySchorcht Filmverleih
Release date
21 September 1956
Running time
88 minutes
CountryWest Germany
Language German

If We All Were Angels (German : Wenn wir alle Engel wären) is a 1956 West German comedy film directed by Günther Lüders and starring Dieter Borsche, Marianne Koch and Hans Söhnker. It is a remake of the 1936 film If We All Were Angels .

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