Synonyms for lachende or Related words with lachende

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Examples of "lachende"
Der lachende Mann – Bekenntnisse eines Mörders is an East German film. It was released in 1966.
Fadette (German:Die lachende Grille) is a 1926 German silent historical film directed by Frederic Zelnik and starring Lya Mara, Yvette Guilbert and Eugen Klöpfer.
Their second album, titled "De Machine" was released on April 25, 2008, preceded by the single "Hollereer" on April 4. In 2010, they released "De Lachende Derde".
‡ This character was based on the German mercenary Siegfried Müller who fought in the Congo during the 1960s. Müller was featured wearing an Iron Cross in a 1966 East German documentary entitled "Der lachende Mann" ().
The Merry Heirs (German: Lachende Erben) is a 1933 German comedy film directed by Max Ophüls and starring Heinz Rühmann, Max Adalbert, Lien Deyers and Friedrich Ettel. The premiere was on 6 March 1933.
The symbol of the 9th Flotilla, "Der lachende Schwertfisch" or the "laughing Swordfish" became the unit symbol after Lehmann-Willenbrock assumed command. It has previously been the conning tower emblem on his previous command, of ""Das Boot"" fame.
Kedok Ketawa (; Indonesian for "The Laughing Mask", also known by the Dutch title Het Lachende Masker) is a 1940 action film from the Dutch East Indies (now Indonesia). Union Films' first production, it was directed by Jo An Djan. Starring Basoeki Resobowo, Fatimah, and Oedjang, the film follows a young couple who fight off criminals with the help of a masked man.
The Laughing Husband (German:Der lachende Ehemann) is a 1926 German silent film directed by Rudolf Walther-Fein and Rudolf Dworsky and starring Livio Pavanelli, Elisabeth Pinajeff and Hans Albers. It is based on the operetta of the same name by Edmund Eysler.
Among his thirteen feature films were the Erich Waschneck presentations "Abel mit der Mundharmonika", "Liebesleute" (Renate Müller, Gustav Fröhlich, Harry Liedtke), "Regine" (Luise Ullrich, Anton Walbrook) and „Musik im Blut“ (Sybille Schmitz), as well as the Heinz Rühmann film "Lachende Erben" by Max Ophüls and the Heinrich George film "Ein Volksfeind" produced by Hans Steinhoff.
De lachende scheerkwast ("The laughing shave brush") is a Dutch television show written and directed by Wim T. Schippers, who also plays one of the lead characters, Jacques Plafond. It ran on VPRO television for six episodes in 1981 before being canceled, and then returned for another six episodes.
Officer and Laughing Girl, also known as Officer and a Laughing Girl, Officer With a Laughing Girl or De Soldaat en het Lachende Meisje, was painted by the Dutch artist Johannes Vermeer between 1655 and 1660. It was painted in oil on canvas, typical of most Dutch artists of the time, and is 50.5 by 46 cm. It now resides in The Frick Collection in New York.
"Kedok Ketawa" was released in Batavia in July 1940, with a press screening on 20 July. By September it was being shown in Surabaya. In some newspaper advertisements, such as in "Pemandangan", it was referred to as "Pendekar dari Preanger" ("Warrior from Preanger"), while in others it was advertised with the Dutch title "Het Lachende Masker". It was marketed as an "Indonesian cocktail of violent actions ... and sweet romance" and rated for all ages.
Bertelmann also worked as a solo singer of numerous Schlager songs. His most popular song up to today is "Der lachende Vagabund" ("The laughing tramp"), published by Electrola in 1957, a cover version of Jim Lowe's song "Gambler’s Guitar". The classic "Wirtschaftswunder" tune sold over two million copies, and was awarded a gold disc. It was itself covered in 1986 by the Finnish actor Vesa-Matti Loiri in his role as Jean-Pierre Kusela, whose song "Naurava kulkuri" likewise had a great success.
Opzoek naar Yolanda was a Dutch dramady television show by Wim T. Schippers, consisting of six episodes aired by the VPRO from October to December 1984. The show (a parody of sitcoms and soap operas, like most of Schippers' shows) was a continuation of sorts of Schippers' "De lachende scheerkwast" (1981-1982) and featured some of the same characters. In turn, it was a kind of prequel to "We zijn weer thuis", which ran from 1989 to 1994.
Major Müller wore his World War II Iron Cross First Class on his operations in the Congo, which attracted the attention of journalists from "Time" magazine and "Der Spiegel". Admitting that he had had too much to drink, Müller was interviewed by a GDR film crew for the 1966 documentary "Der lachende Mann – Bekenntnisse eines Mörders". Müller also appeared in the film "Africa Addio" and the 1965 East German documentary "Kommando 52".
Sidonia is very bright. In several stories she comes up with ingenious plans to solve complicated problems and uses her slender body to good use. In "De Straatridder" ("The Street Knight") (1955) she hides herself completely behind a street light, while she startles a burglar in "De Lachende Wolf" ("The Laughing Wolf") (1952) by crawling up the stairs in snake-like fashion. She is also a master of disguise, as demonstrated in "De Stierentemmer" ("The Bull Tamer") (1950), "De Sissende Sampan" ("The Hissing Sampan") (1963) and "De Apekermis" ("The Monkey Fair") (1965).
Van Mechelen's first on-screen performance in a Schippers show was in "Barend is weer bezig", in the 1974 Christmas special "Waar heb dat nou weer voor nodig". He also appeared in "De lachende scheerkwast" (1981–1982), "Opzoek naar Yolanda" (1984), "Plafond over de vloer" (1986), and "We zijn weer thuis" (1989–1994), shows for which he also was the composer and musical director. He appeared on stage in 1992 in a musical comedy, "Tataboulou/In volle vaart", with Neel van der Elst, who played Etna Vesuvia in the Schippers radio show "Ronflonflon", and in 1995 in "Alleen (met z'n vieren)".
Sidonia's father is a moustached man, which explains his nickname "De Snor" ("The Moustache"). In "De Snorrende Snor" ("The Purring Moustache") (1957) he lives in with Sidonia. In "De Tijdbobijn" ("The Time Bobbin") (2009) he moves in the castle of the Van Zwollem family. In "De Lachende Wolf" ("The Laughing Wolf") (1952) we learn that her nephew, John, became a fur trapper in Alaska and is married with a Native American woman, Big Snowbell. Sidonia's niece, Carmencita Falasol, is a Spanish operasinger who is married with inventor Don José del Rondello, with whom she has a toddler son, Sprotje.
Sidonia is a spinster. She often tries to seduce other men, especially Lambik whom she secretly loves. In "De Lachende Wolf" ("The Laughing Wolf") (1952) she says she wouldn't go to Canada if Lambik asked her hand in marriage, a plea he ignores. In "Sjeik el Rojenbiet" ("Sheik Rojenbiet") (1963) Lambik imitates Ramon Novarro and tells Sidonia "I love you", which she takes seriously until he tells her he was only joking. In "De Poenschepper" ("The Money Shoveler") (1963) it is revealed that she built a secret shrine for Lambik, who has been missing for several months. While her love for Lambik remains unrequited - as stipulated in Vandersteen's testament - her search for a partner has sometimes been fruitful, but either the men turn out to be villains or her love for Suske, Wiske and her friends gets the upper hand.
Jean-Pierre Kusela became famous with his song "Naurava kulkuri" ("The laughing tramp"), a cover version of Jim Lowe's song "Gambler’s Guitar" that was published by German singer Fred Bertelmann ("Der lachende Vagabund") in 1957. The song became so popular that Vesa-Matti Loiri published it on his 1986 album "Naurava kulkuri", under the Kusela name. The album sold 92 thousand copies. It received a platinum record award in 1987, and is one of the 60 most sold ever Finnish albums in Finland. In 1987 Loiri published another album, "Voi hyvä tavaton" ("Oh my goodness"), which sold 25 thousand copies, receiving a gold record award. In 1988, Kusela appeared on the Tyyne album "Pim peli pom". They performed the song ""Tahdon olla sulle hellä"" together. In 1995 Loiri published a CD single "Nauravan kulkurin paluu" ("The return of the laughing tramp"), which included a remix version of the original 1986 song.