Synopsis by Hal Erickson
This frothy Austrian confection is a welcome harkback to the German "open air" musical comedies of 1930s. Peter Kraus, star of popular "Peter" series, plays a carefree wanderer, singing and laughing his way through the countryside. His wayfaring life might come to an end at any moment, courtesy of the love of a good woman. The fetching Lili Babs and Ann Smyrner provide the pulchritude. Also know as Die Lustigen Vagabunden, Die Haben die Maedchen Gern was directed by Kurt Nachmann, later a specialist in horror and soft-core.
love, mistaken-identity, wanderer