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* TroubledProduction: The film was made in 1943/1944, right during World War II. In fact, the crew tried to spend as much time as possible making the movie, as the alternative would have been unpleasant.

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* TroubledProduction: The film was made in 1943/1944, right during World War II. In fact, the crew tried to spend as much time as possible making the movie, as the alternative (being conscripted and sent to the fronts) would have been unpleasant.


** Played straight with most actors of actual student characters: Hans Richter was 24, Rudi Schippel 21, Maria Litto 24, Karin Himboldt 23 (playing 17-year-old Eva), and the most {{egregious}} case would be Clemens Hasse who was ''35''.

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** Played straight with most actors of actual student characters: Hans Richter was 24, Rudi Schippel 21, Maria Litto 24, Karin Himboldt 23 (playing 17-year-old Eva), and the most {{egregious}} JustForFun/{{egregious}} case would be Clemens Hasse who was ''35''.


* TroubledProduction: Made in 1943/44, right during UsefulNotes/WorldWarII. In fact, they tried to spend as much time as possible making the movie, as the alternative would have been unpleasant.

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* TroubledProduction: Made The film was made in 1943/44, 1943/1944, right during UsefulNotes/WorldWarII. World War II. In fact, they the crew tried to spend as much time as possible making the movie, as the alternative would have been unpleasant.unpleasant.
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* RealitySubtext: Many scenes were made again and again, until they were perfect. (Another reason this movie is considered so good.) The reason? The actors who played the other students otherwise would've had to join the ''Wehrmacht'', which could have meant their death. That's why the makers tried to extend the production as long as possible. Some actors still had to become soldiers and died in UsefulNotes/WorldWarII.

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* RealitySubtext: Many scenes were made again and again, until they were perfect. (Another reason this movie is considered so good.) The reason? The film was made during UsefulNotes/WorldWarII. The actors who played the other students otherwise would've had to join the ''Wehrmacht'', ''[[UsefulNotes/NazisWithGnarlyWeapons Wehrmacht]]'', which could have meant their death.a good chance to die. That's why the makers tried to extend the production as long as possible. Some actors were still had to become soldiers conscripted and died in UsefulNotes/WorldWarII.on the fronts.


* RealitySubtext: Many scenes were made again and again, until they were perfect. (Another reason this movie is considered so good.) The reason? The actors who played the other students otherwise would've had to join the ''Wehrmacht'', which could have meant their death. That's why the makers tried to extend the production as long as possible. Some actors still had to become soldiers and died in WorldWarTwo.
* TroubledProduction: Made in 1943/44, right during WorldWarTwo. In fact, they tried to spend as much time as possible making the movie, as the alternative would have been unpleasant.

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* RealitySubtext: Many scenes were made again and again, until they were perfect. (Another reason this movie is considered so good.) The reason? The actors who played the other students otherwise would've had to join the ''Wehrmacht'', which could have meant their death. That's why the makers tried to extend the production as long as possible. Some actors still had to become soldiers and died in WorldWarTwo.
UsefulNotes/WorldWarII.
* TroubledProduction: Made in 1943/44, right during WorldWarTwo.UsefulNotes/WorldWarII. In fact, they tried to spend as much time as possible making the movie, as the alternative would have been unpleasant.

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* AdaptationOverdosed: Three films and since 2004, a musical.
* DawsonCasting:
** Heinz Rühmann was 41 years old when he played a [[UsefulNotes/GermanEducationSystem Gymnasium]] student (who'd be 18 or 19 years old). Of course, the character ''is'' supposed to be older and just playing a younger character.
** Played straight with most actors of actual student characters: Hans Richter was 24, Rudi Schippel 21, Maria Litto 24, Karin Himboldt 23 (playing 17-year-old Eva), and the most {{egregious}} case would be Clemens Hasse who was ''35''.
** Averted with Georg-Michael Wagner, who was 19.
* RealitySubtext: Many scenes were made again and again, until they were perfect. (Another reason this movie is considered so good.) The reason? The actors who played the other students otherwise would've had to join the ''Wehrmacht'', which could have meant their death. That's why the makers tried to extend the production as long as possible. Some actors still had to become soldiers and died in WorldWarTwo.
* TroubledProduction: Made in 1943/44, right during WorldWarTwo. In fact, they tried to spend as much time as possible making the movie, as the alternative would have been unpleasant.

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