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Bombshell star Alanna Ubach reveals how "Looney Tunes" inspired her to act. Watch now. Serves me right for watching German comedies. I'll make allowances for the fact that 'Kyritz' was made in , when all the old jokes on offer here were slightly newer. But that's only a partial excuse. In the s, Ben Travers was staging farces at the Aldwych Theatre with hackneyed situations like these Well, let's wade through the strudel. Twenty years ago, he had a fling with a Berliner fraulein which resulted in an illegitimate daughter.
The girl has grown to adulthood without ever meeting her father or seeing a photograph of him. This backstory is set up via some very unwieldy dialogue and insert shots of illegible German handwriting. Now, all of a sudden, Lietzow decides to go to Berlin to meet his daughter The mayor enlists the aid of his two cronies, Piepenberg the pharmacist Henry Bender and Rux the wine merchant Paul Hoerbiger.
The three of them cook up an excuse for a dirty weekend in Berlin, telling their wives they're going on a business trip. Lietzow telegrams his daughter, telling her which train he and his two beer-buddies will be on. Still with me? Next door over from the little burgh of Kyritz is the slightly more cosmopolitan burgh of Pyritz. En route to Berlin, the three 'bachelors' decide to get off in Pyritz for a drink. Meanwhile, three male musicians from the local Sängerbund singers' guild board the train at Pyritz.
Of course, Lietzow and his pals miss the train. Of course, the trio of yodelers arrive in Berlin. Of course, the daughter and her landlady mistake these three kappelmeisters for Lietzow and his buddies.
Meanwhile, back at the ranch I mean, back in Kyritz , Frau Lietzow finds the telegram form that her husband sent to Berlin. She sees that her husband is sloping off to Berlin to meet a young woman, and of course she assumes that the fraulein is her husband's mistress.