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Professor Solo (Walter Feuchtenberg) has invented a formula for
creating gasoline out of manure - and suddenly he finds himself in the
Austrian Alps on the run from a couple of agents (Alena Penz, Alexander
Miller) who want to steal his formula. For that not to happen, he hides
the microfilm containing the formula with gas station owner Sandler
(Alexander Grill), who soon enough figures he could make a fortune out of
the new manure gasoline and thus gets together with his friends to plan
mass production ... thing is, they are all not especially clever. In the
meantime, the two agents are of course after the microfilm but all they
know is it is hidden in some lederhosen - which there are plenty of in the
Austrian alps, and looking for the right lederhosen of course leads to all
kinds of dirty jokes.
There is a second story intertwined with this one
concerning Sandler's niece Claudia (Eva Garden), who's madly in love with
Lois (Jürgen Schilling), but somehow they all fail to get together. And
then Claudia is kidnapped by the agents, and a rescue attempt by Lois
curiously leads to Claudia having sex with the male part of the agent-duo,
Lois with the female part. This doesn't help their relationship of course,
but it leads to the arrest of the two agents. They manage to break free
though when Lois, who is to guard them, has make-up sex with Claudia.
during an attempt to create the manure gas, Sandler accidently destroys
the microfilm. They still have the prototype gas though, but this is
stolen by the agents - and it blows up when the agents try to get away
with it, leaving the car totaled and the agents textileless but weirdly
unscathed ... which inspires them to have sex on the spot.
unrelated story, a short Italian (Rinaldo Talamonti) is looking for a
potential wife for his giant friend (Erhard Bimbo Weller), which leads to
all kinds of sexual situations.
Basically, this is your typical
German early-to-mid sex comedy: It's a mix of silly and pretty childish
jokes, lazily executed slapstick scenes, lame excuses to get women out of
their clothes, and almost innocent softcore sexscenes. Stylistically, the
film is reminiscent of the heimatfilm-genre (for some reason a very
popular backdrop in German sex comedies) with a dash of European espionage
Having said all of that, this is probably one of the more amusing
German sex heimatfilms (which isn't saying much), probably because it has
an actual (if silly) plot, and at least Alena Penz manages to carry her
part - and she looks great in the nude as well as several latex outfits
she gets to wear.