Der Struwwelpeter, known famously in English as “Shockheaded Peter”, is a brutal set of stories from the 19th century intended to terrify children into behaving.
In 1891, Mark Twain wrote “Slovenly Peter”, his own translation of the book.
This video selection, made in the 1950s, adds a fantastic, surreal element to what is already a bizarre selection of tales. Copyright: RheinMainTV.
"Die Pfefferkörner" ["The Peppercorns"] is a kid's detective show that started in 1999 and is set in Hamburg. Each exciting episode revolves around a group of young teenage friends who solve crimes. Part 1 of 6. Viel Spaß beim Zuschauen!
"Die Pfefferkörner" ["The Peppercorns"] is a childrens' TV series that started in 1999 and is set in Hamburg. Each season revolves around a group of five friends, changing every season, who form a detective group. Part 2 of 6.
In a film competition for youth in 2011, the winning movie Mom, Open Your Eyes poses a serious question: "What if the new boyfriend is touching the daughter inappropriately and the mother doesn't want to hear about it?"
The 99 Fire Film Awards offer a 9,999 euro prize to the best 99 second short film. This short film entry from 2012 entitled “Fabien” appears to be a trailer for a film that has not yet been made, but it looks like it could be a great one. Watch it yourself and decide!
"Mama arbeitet wieder" ("Mom's going back to work") is a 19-episode television drama. For Mark, everything is perfect: he has a wife and two kids, a house, and a successful career as a construction engineer. But now, his traditional family is about to morph into a modern one. Part 1 of 19.
"Mama arbeitet wieder" ("Mom's going back to work") is a 19-episode television drama. In this episode, Corinna finds out that her former boss is having major problems. Will he be able to convince her to return to work, despite her concerns for the children? Part 2 of 19.
Peter Fricke is a veteran actor on the screen as well as on stage. He currently portrays crime author Arthur Putnam in the play “Murderous Fantasies,” which is on at the Rémond-Theater in Frankfurt. RheinMain TV reports.