Synopsis by Hal Erickson
If a poll had ever been conducted amongst fans of international musical-comedy star Lillian Harvey, the actress's most popular vehicle would probably have been Die Drei von Der Tankstelle (Three From the Gas Station) -- with Congress Dances running a very close second. The story opens as three debt-ridden young men pool what is left of their savings to open a roadside service station. Their most frequent customer is the wealthy, winsome Ms. Harvey, who frequently shows up fetchingly clad in hiking shorts. Each of the young men falls in love with the girl, unbeknownst to the other two. Which one will she choose? Most likely, the one who sings the best -- and that would be Lillian Harvey's frequent screen vis-a-vis Willy Fritsch. Die Drei von der Tankstelle was also filmed in a French-language version.
bachelorette, love, love-triangle, poverty, romance