Old Barge, Young Love (1973 film)

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Old Barge, Young Love
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Barbara Nielsen in a scene from the film
Directed by Werner Jacobs
Written byMichael Wildberger
Produced byHeinz Willeg
Starring
Cinematography Franz Xaver Lederle
Edited byElisabeth Imholte
Music by
  • Hans Bertram
  • Peter Schirmann
Production
companies
  • Allianz Filmproduktion
  • Terra-Filmkunst
Distributed by Constantin Film
Release date
  • 19 September 1973 (1973-09-19)
Running time
96 minutes
CountryWest Germany
Language German

Old Barge, Young Love (German : Alter Kahn und junge Liebe) is a 1973 West German comedy romance film directed by Werner Jacobs and starring Roy Black, Barbara Nielsen, and Peter Millowitsch. [1]

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Location shooting took place around Schaffhausen in Northern Switzerland.

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