- Peter Steiner plays Sepp Kirchlechner
- Erich Kleiber plays Willy Pospischil
- Franz Muxeneder plays Bürgermeister Alois Brummberger, the mayor
- Georg Einerdinger plays Karl
- Jean Droze plays Ottokar Schulze
- Sepp Gneissl plays Wickerl, the mayor's wife's lover
- Siggi Buchner plays Schornsteinfeger (the chimney sweep)
- Edgar Wenzel, uncredited, plays the director of the railway company
- Mario Pollak, uncredited, plays a client
- Peter Steiner Jr, uncredited, plays a client
- Sascha Atzenbeck, uncredited, plays a client
Sepp and Willy work on a small railway. After having been expelled from a wedding by the husband (who happens to be mayor of the village) they decide to take a revenge on him. They put a drunken sow into the newly-wed mayor's bed as his wife is off with one of her former lovers. After losing their job at the railway company which has closed down, they decide to buy the locomotive and carry on their former job on their own. But
business is low and, after seeing the mayor's wife and her lover having sex on board their train, they decide to start a brothel on wheels with half a dozen hot young ladies and a band as part of the entertainment. Success immediately follows. The mayor who has been enquiring after his "wedding-night" has fraudulently brought back the train with the intention of exploiting it himself. After a first trip, the locomotive is broken to the great pleasure of our two heroes who had not travelled with him. They decide then to start business in a restaurant.
From a review originally published in La Saison Cinematographique 1981, translated by Prophilo, with additional information from beutelwolf and B.S.
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