Directed by Sigi Rothemund and released in 1985 this German comedy was a vehicle for Thomas Gottschalk and Mike Krüger, who had become stars due to their popular radio show. The resultant film (one of several) was, unfortunately, not that funny.
The basic premise was that Mike (Mike Krüger) had invented a device called the video integrator that allowed him to project himself and Tommy (Thomas Gottschalk) into movies that are playing on video cassette.
|Tommy and Mike|
|Udo Kier as Graf Frackstein|
|who ordered a bloody Mary?|
|mallet rather than cross|
|dancing in the mirror|
Please note the DVD on Amazon does not have English subtitles but there are fan subtitles on the net.