Friendly, ever-helpful simpleton Till is his carpenter brothers Paul and Peter's dogsbody and all town's laughing stock. Generously having shared his lunch with an old beggar, actually a ...
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Goofy farm boy Max Klopstock seems good for nothing, although the mean goat makes him look worse then he actually does. Feeling an utter disappointment to his dad, he decides to follow his ... See full summary »
Baron von und zu Wildungen enjoys giddy king Richard's favor, but not his 'election' as husband for the airhead princess Zilly, so he promises to find her a better catch. The baron aims at ... See full summary »
German North Sea beach fisherman Hein always was happy with his wife Islebill, despite their modest life and poor dwelling. When he spares a rod-caught speaking flounder's life, the ... See full summary »
Peter Heinrich Brix
A king's harsh laws against trespass into the 'cursed forest' cause even his only son an heir, prince Johannes 'Hans', to be banished from court. The knave dwells I the forest, where he's ... See full summary »
This animated short follows the life of a poor, German coal miner, Peter Munk. Coal mining leaves Peter far from the riches he desires, yet when given the opportunity to have three wishes granted, things do not go as well as he had hoped.
Laura Louisa Garde,
Endres wants to be more than just a farmer's son. He wants to be able to read and write, wear clothes without holes and sleep in a proper bed. He goes to the court of the King, who is said ... See full summary »
Tim Oliver Schultz,
Friendly, ever-helpful simpleton Till is his carpenter brothers Paul and Peter's dogsbody and all town's laughing stock. Generously having shared his lunch with an old beggar, actually a sorcerer, he is rewarded with a living golden goose. Till wants to offer it to the ever-sad princess Louise, whose aunt and strict governess Edeltraud wants to marry her off to haughty prince Amandus and dreams of succeeding king Eduard herself, to cheer her up. The greedy town-folk, including the curate, find that anyone who attempt to steal the goose sticks to it, while the bully brothers get their comeuppance in and from the forest.Written by