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Heiße Kartoffeln (Heisse Kartoffeln) (Hot Potatoes) – 1980 Comedy featuring Ursula Buchfellner

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Art student gets thanks to some misunderstandings in the role of a woman doctor. And when he blessed the ladies. Derbe sex comedy with neat stallions (Stéphane Hillel, Amadeus August), Fun meatball Zachi Noy (“Popsicle”) and sex chicks like Ursula Buchfellner (“Virgin among cannibals”) and Bea Fiedler (“Island of 1000 Delights”).

Directed by
Sigi Rothemund … (as Siggi Götz)
Writing Credits (in alphabetical order)
Artur Brauner … (story) (as Art Bernd)
Ralf Gregan
Sigi Rothemund … (as Siggi Götz)
Cast (in credits order)
Stéphane Hillel Stéphane Hillel …
Leo
Zachi Noy Zachi Noy …
Max
Ursula Buchfellner Ursula Buchfellner …
Nina
Amadeus August Amadeus August …
Dr. Johannes Kniefel
Bea Fiedler Bea Fiedler …
Angela
Corinna Genest Corinna Genest …
Elfriede
Rudolf Block Rudolf Block …
(as Rudi Block)
Isa Haller Isa Haller …
Sibylle
Horst Pinnow Horst Pinnow
Margit Geissler Margit Geissler …
Frau Winkelmann
Peter Schlesinger Peter Schlesinger
Imke Barnstedt Imke Barnstedt
Tobias Meister Tobias Meister …
Polizist
Manfred Grunert Manfred Grunert
Peter Döring Peter Döring
Larisa Leontiew Larisa Leontiew
Reinhard Glemnitz Reinhard Glemnitz …
Herr Bussark
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Produced by
Artur Brauner … producer
Wolf Brauner … executive producer
Music by
Bernie Paul
Cinematography by
Franz Xaver Lederle
Film Editing by
Angela Hillner
Production Design by
Harald Waistnage
Costume Design by
Rolf Albrecht
Makeup Department
Susanne Schröder … makeup artist
Production Management
Michael Kersten … unit manager
Herbert Maris … production manager
Second Unit Director or Assistant Director
Lucie Berndsen … assistant director
Detlef Palm … assistant director
Sound Department
Hans Schamberger … sound
Siegfried Zügel … sound
Camera and Electrical Department
Christian Carp … assistant camera (as Christian Karp)
Detlef Geier … assistant camera

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Keywords:

food in title female nudity
forgery gynecologist
sex bailiff
slapstick

Details
Country:
West Germany
Language:
German
West Germany 10 July 1980

Also Known As (AKA)
Greece Trelles plakes, kaftes epafes
West Germany (video title) Himbeereis und heiße Mädchen

Kartoffel

Filming Locations:
West Berlin, Berlin, Germany

Production Companies

CCC-Filmkunst
Tele-Cine Film- und Fernsehproduktion

Distributors

Scotia International Filmverleih (1980) (West Germany) (theatrical)
Toppic (West Germany) (VHS)

Technical Specifications

Runtime 1 hr 22 min (82 min) (West Germany)
Sound Mix Mono
Color Color (Eastmancolor)
Aspect Ratio 1.66 : 1
Film Length 2,233 m
Negative Format 35 mm
Printed Film Format 35 mm



“Kreuzberger Liebesnächte” – 1980 Movie Starring Ursula Buchfellner

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Kreuzberger Liebesnächte (1980)
83 min – Comedy – 29 February 1980 (West Germany)

AKA: Wo schlafen wir heut nacht?
Norway (video box title) Forsiktig video

Director: Claus Tinney (as Klaus Krause)
Writers: Artur Brauner (idea), Claus Tinney

ACTORS:
Sascha Hehn
Ursula Buchfellner
Klaus Dahlen
Gundula Petrovska
Horst Pinnow
Gertie Honeck
Siegfried Unruh
Eva-Maria Werth
Lynn Traeger
Christian Enner
Bea Anden
Karl-Josef Cramer

Plot Keywords: sex comedy, sex, female nudity, couple, video, based on true story

Filming Locations: CCC-Atelier, Berlin, Germany

Production Companies
Central Cinema Company Film (CCC)
Tele-Cine Film- und Fernsehproduktion

Distributors
Residenz Film (1980) (West Germany) (theatrical)

Technical Specifications

Runtime 1 hr 23 min (83 min)
Sound Mix Mono
Color Color (Eastmancolor)
Aspect Ratio 1.66 : 1
Film Length 2,270 m
Negative Format 35 mm
Printed Film Format 35 mm

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“Hot Dogs on Ibiza” AKA “Hot Dogs Auf Ibiza” AKA “On est venu là pour s’éclater” 1979 Movie starring Ursula Buchfellner

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“Hot Dogs on Ibiza” AKA “Hot Dogs Auf Ibiza” AKA “On est venu là pour s’éclater” is a 95 minute comedy released September 26, 1979 (France)

An Island of Fun, Sun and Stunning Bodies! Bored with life in Paris, Christian takes off for a once-in-a-lifetime trip to sunny Ibiza. Once there he is rejuvenated by the beautiful bronzed topless bodies of sexy Eurostars Ursula Buchfellner, Sandra Barry, Olivia Dutton and Valentino Venantini. A series of sexy shenanigans and high jinks ensue ensuring everybody has a great time. Director Max Pcas has succeeded in casting the most beautiful array of bodies ever assembled in one single motion picture.

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Plot Keywords:
bikini, female nudity, sex, beach, erotica

Director: Max Pécas
Writing Credits (in alphabetical order)
Claude Mulot … (writer)
Didier Philippe-Gérard … (adaptation)
Max Pécas … (adaptation)


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Bored with life in Paris, Christian takes off for a once-in-a-lifetime trip to sunny Ibiza. Once there he is rejuvenated by the beautiful bronzed topless bodies of sexy Eurostars Ursula Buchfellner, Sandra Barry, Olivia Dutton and Valentino Venantini. A series of sexy shenanigans and high jinks ensue ensuring everybody has a great time. Director Max Pécas has succeeded in casting the most beautiful array of bodies ever assembled in one single motion picture. It appears to be the entire movie which was grabbed from Dailymotion.

CAST:

Marco Perrin
Alfred Gomez
Sylvain Chamarande
Cri-Cri (as Sylvain Green)
Andréa Schmidt
Sandra Barry
Olivia Dutron
Eve Gomez
Gérard Croce
Daniel Derval
Alexandra Delli Colli
Alice, l’infirmière (as Alexandra Delli-Colli)
Maurice Illouz
Venantino Venantini
Claus Obalski as Hans (as Claus Obalsky)
Ursula Buchfellner as Nelly
Eric Legrand
Leslie Thoms
Patrick Alexandroni (as Patrick Alessandroni)
Christina Davis
Charles Varel
Paul Bomart

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Produced by
Max Pécas … producer
Music by
Georges Garvarentz
Cinematography by
Roger Fellous
Film Editing by
Nicole Colombier
Makeup Department
Muriel Baurens … makeup artist
Monique Granier … key makeup artist
Production Management
Thérèse Prigent … unit manager
Yves Prigent … unit production manager
Wolfgang von Schiber … production manager
Second Unit Director or Assistant Director
Olivier Horlait … assistant director
Michel Pécas … assistant director
Sound Department
Jean-Paul Loublier … sound mixer
Jean-Paul Mugel … sound
Camera and Electrical Department
Jacques Assuérus … camera operator
Patrick Blossier … assistant camera
René Delhomme … electrician
Roger Dodier … still photographer
Editorial Department
Martine Fleury … assistant editor
Other crew
Véronique Cadet … script supervisor
Nicole Cobac … production administrator

Release Dates
France 26 September 1979
West Germany 30 November 1979
Portugal 19 August 1981
Also Known As (AKA)
(original title) On est venu là pour s’éclater
Portugal Viemos para Gozar
West Germany Hot Dogs auf Ibiza

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Production Companies
Geiselgasteig Film
Imp.Ex.Ci.
Les Films Jacques Leitienne
Les Films du Griffon
Lisa-Film

Distributors
Les Films Jacques Leitienne (all media)

Runtime 1 hr 35 min (95 min)
Sound Mix Mono
Color Color
Aspect Ratio 1.66 : 1



“Bloodline” 1979 Movie (Ursula Buchfellner scene cut)

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“Bloodline” is a R-Rated 116 minute Crime | Drama | Mystery | Romance | Thriller that Ursula Buchfellner would have been in, but her scene was cut.

When her father is murdered, a cosmetics heiress becomes the next target of an unknown killer amid the international jet set.

Based on the thrilling best-selling novel by Sidney Sheldon, Audrey Hepburn stars as Elizabeth Roffe, a strong, intelligent woman who inherits her family’s pharmaceutical empire from her father when he is killed in a mysterious accident. The investigation into her father’s death unearths a murder in which everyone around her becomes a suspect. As she searches for the truth that leads her on an international chase, she soon finds her life in danger.

Sam Roffe, president of a multi-national pharmaceutical corporation, is killed while mountain-climbing. It is first determined to be an accident, but Inspector Max Hormung later deduces that Roffe was murdered. Sam’s daughter Elizabeth assumes control of the company, and while traveling through Europe she immediately becomes a target as well. Suspicion falls on the Roffe cousins, all of whom want to go public with the company and sell their stock at a huge profit. Since this would be against her father’s wishes, Elizabeth rejects their advice and decides to keep the company within the family. As Inspector Hormung investigates the background of the cousins, more attempts are made on Elizabeth’s life. Hoping to reveal the guilty party, Hormung is able to connect these attempts to a series of murders on prostitutes, which are recorded on snuff films.

Sam Roffe, President of Roffe & Sons Pharmaceuticals, dies in what appears to be a climbing accident, leaving his daughter Elizabeth (Audrey Hepburn) a billion-dollar empire. Roffe’s board members see an opportunity to settle old scores, jockey for higher position, and reap lucrative profits. However, an investigation into Sam’s death discloses that it was a murder and that a power struggle is going on within the company. Lead investigator Max Hornung (Gert Fröbe) informs Elizabeth of his list of suspects, which includes her closest advisers and financially strapped family members. During this time, she marries CEO Rhys Williams (Ben Gazzara), but he, too, is identified by Hornung as a suspect. As president, Elizabeth follows her father’s wishes and refuses to let shares of Roffe & Sons sell on the world market. Her choice prevents the board members from selling their shares as the company’s by-laws prohibit it until all boardmembers agree; on the other hand, her death would allow for a unanimous decision. After several attempts on her life, an international chase across Europe ensues. Hornung is able to connect these murder attempts to a series of homicides of prostitutes, which have been recorded on snuff films by one of the shareholders, Sir Alec Nichols (James Mason). Elizabeth heads to Italy for protection from the murderer, who sets her house on fire while she is sleeping there. Both Williams and Nichols show up to save her, but Hornung figures out that Nichols is the killer and shoots him before he can film Elizabeth’s murder in another snuff film.

The part of Elizabeth Roffe was turned down by Candice Bergen, Jacqueline Bisset and Diane Keaton before Audrey Hepburn accepted, and the character’s age was changed from 23 to 35 although Audrey was actually in her 50’s. This was Audrey Hepburn’s only R-Rated movie.

It is said that Ursula Buchfellner’s part as a murder victim was cut from the film but I haven’t seen it to deny or agree with that assertion.

Audrey Hepburn as Elizabeth Roffe
Ben Gazzara as Rhys Williams
James Mason as Sir Alec Nichols
Claudia Mori as Donatella
Irene Papas as Simonetta Palazzi
Michelle Phillips as Vivian Nichols
Maurice Ronet as Charles Martin
Romy Schneider as Hélène Martin
Omar Sharif as Ivo Palazzi
Beatrice Straight as Kate Erling
Gert Fröbe as Inspector Max Hornung
Marcel Bozzuffi as Man in Black
Pinkas Braun as Dr. Wal
Ivan Desny as Jeweller
Vadim Glowna as Dr. Joeppli
Walter Kohut as Krauss
Wolfgang Preiss as Julius Prager
Hans von Borsody, as Peasant Guard

Plot Keywords:
snuff film, heiress, murder, naked killer, prostitution, naked dead woman, female nudity, nude woman murdered, female protagonist, topless female nudity, dead woman with eyes open, strangulation, woman strangled to death, strangled while having sex, male rear nudity, nudity, man strangles woman, based on novel, independent film

Director: Terence Young
Writers: Laird Koenig, Sidney Sheldon (novel)
Stars: Audrey Hepburn, Ben Gazzara, James Mason

Certifications: Australia:M / Australia:MA (DVD re-rating) / Finland:K-16 / Iceland:16 / New Zealand:R16 / Norway:16 / UK:X (original release) (cut) / UK:18 (video rating) / USA:R / West Germany:16

Release Dates:
USA 29 June 1979
West Germany 20 December 1979
France 16 January 1980
Denmark 18 January 1980
Finland 18 January 1980
Australia 25 January 1980
Japan 26 January 1980
Colombia 14 February 1980
Mexico 21 February 1980
Portugal 7 March 1980
Norway 21 March 1980
Philippines 22 April 1980 (Davao)
Hungary 22 October 1981
Turkey October 1983
Germany 4 February 1991 (TV premiere)

Also Known As (AKA)
(original title) Bloodline
Sidney Sheldon’s Bloodline
Brazil A Herdeira
Denmark Kviksand
Spain Lazos de sangre
Finland Veren perintö
France Liés par le sang
Greece (transliterated ISO-LATIN-1 title) Grammi aimatos
Hungary Vérvonal
Italy Linea di sangue
Mexico Lazos de sangre
Norway Farlig arv
Poland Krwawa linia
Portugal Laços de Sangue
Turkey (Turkish title) Mirasçilar
West Germany Blutspur

Filming Locations:

Burghausen, Bavaria, Germany
(“Krakow” exteriors)
Bavaria Filmstudios, Geiselgasteig, Grünwald, Bavaria, Germany
Cinecittà Studios, Cinecittà, Rome, Lazio, Italy
(studio)
Copenhagen, Denmark
London, England, UK
Munich, Bavaria, Germany
New York City, New York, USA
Paris, France
Sardinia, Italy
Sicily, Italy

Technical Specifications:
Runtime 1 hr 56 min (116 min) (USA)
1 hr 57 min (117 min) (West Germany)
1 hr 57 min (117 min) (original release) (cut) (UK)
Sound Mix Mono
Color Color
Aspect Ratio 1.66 : 1
Laboratory Movielab, USA
Film Length 3,201 m
Negative Format 35 mm
Printed Film Format 35 mm

Budget
$12,000,000 (estimated)

Rentals
$5,366,000 (USA)

Filming Dates
November 1978 – February 1979

Production Companies

Bavaria Film
NF Geria III-Produktion München

Distributors

Paramount Pictures (1979) (USA) (theatrical)
Cinema Internazional Corporation (1979) (West Germany) (theatrical)
Cinema International Corporation (CIC) (1980) (France) (theatrical)
American Broadcasting Company (ABC) (1982) (USA) (TV)



“Cola, Candy, Chocolate” 1979 Movie with Ursula Buchfellner

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Cola, Candy, Chocolate featuring Ursula Buchfellner

“Cola, Candy, Chocolate” is a 1979 82 minute long movie featuring Ursula Buchfellner in the role of Carmela. It is a romance comedy like her first film.

After a nasty argument with her boyfriend Carl, young Gaby spontaneously accepts her girlfriend invitation to join her on a vacation to Manila. Her plans to forget about Carl succeed very rapidly as she meets Dr. Andreas Witzig, a young scholar who plans to marry his fiancee on the island. During the following days, Gaby tries her best to convince the man of her dreams to change his mind.

Plot keywords: vacation, island, boyfriend, girlfriend, relationship, philippines, erotica, topless, female nudity, summer, nudity, sex, sex comedy, wedding, argument between couple, erotic 70s, female nudity, bare breasts

Ratings: Norway:16 (original rating) (1982) / West Germany:16 (nf) (original rating) / West Germany:12 (nf) (re-rating)

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Also Known As (AKA)
(original title) Cola, Candy, Chocolate
Greece (transliterated ISO-LATIN-1 title) Granita lemoni sokolata
Norway Forviklinger i Sydhavet
West Germany Drei kesse Bienen auf den Philippinen

Details
Country: West Germany
Language: German
Released: 5/17/1979

Produced by
Wolfgang von Schiber … executive producer
Karl Spiehs … producer (uncredited)
Music by
Gerhard Heinz
Cinematography by
Franz Xaver Lederle
Film Editing by
Mimi Werkmann
Eva Zeyn
Set Decoration by
Anne Hagegård
Costume Design by
Rolf Albrecht
Makeup Department
Marie Luise Lusewitz … makeup artist
Production Management
Otto Retzer … unit manager
H.C. Robles … unit manager
Erich Tomek … production manager
Second Unit Director or Assistant Director
Carl Schenkel … assistant director (uncredited)
Sound Department
Toni Daganzo … sound
Camera and Electrical Department
Juan Soler … camera operator (as Hannes Fürbringer)
Other crew
David Gowen … animal wrangler

Technical Specifications:
Runtime 1 hr 22 min (82 min) (Germany)
Color Color
Aspect Ratio 1.66 : 1
Film Length 2,229 m
Negative Format 35 mm
Printed Film Format 35 mm



“Popcorn und Himbeereis” 1979 Movie Starring Ursula Buchfellner

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Popcorn und Himbeereis

“Popcorn und Himbeereis” is a 93-minute x-rated mixture of comedy and romance.  It was the first film that Ursula Buchfellner appeared in.  She played the character of Yvonne. It was made in 1978. There is a chance she might have been sixteen years old when the filming began but was certainly seventeen when it was released. Likewise, her Playboy photoshoot took place when she was sixteen.

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Director: Franz Josef Gottlieb (as F.J. Gottlieb)
Writer: Erich Tomek

Actors: Zachi Noy , Ursula Buchfellner , Herbert Fux , Walter Kraus , Rosl Mayr , Olivia Pascal , Otto Retzer , Bea Fiedler , Dolly Dollar , Benny Schnier , Gesa Thoma , Alexander Grill , Margarethe Kuske , Hermann Killmeyer , Karl Heinz Maslo , Erwin Neuwirth , Niki Lauda , Gudrun Velisek

Production Companies:
Lisa-Film
Barthonia Film

Distributors:
MCP Sound & Media AG (2003) (Germany) (DVD)
UFA Video (West Germany) (VHS)

Ratings: Finland:K-16 / USA:X / West Germany:16 (nf)

Technical Specifications:
Runtime 1 hr 34 min (94 min) (uncut) (West Germany)
Sound Mix Mono
Color Color
Negative Format 35 mm
Printed Film Format 35 mm

Release Dates
West Germany 6 October 1978
UK 10 November 1978
USA 5 March 1979
Finland 8 February 1980 (Kotka)
Denmark 10 October 1980
Portugal 27 December 1980

Also Known As (AKA)
(original title) Popcorn und Himbeereis
Popcorn and Ice Cream
Denmark Popcorn og hindbæris
Finland Disko-Love – Värinää farkuissa
Portugal Pipocas & Gelado

Keywords: coming of age, teen romance, sex, voyeurism, train, female nudity, erotic 70s, disco, chase, policewoman, bare breasts, slapstick comedy, shower



Video clip of Ursula Buchfellner from a yet to be identified movie


Ursula Buchfellner by polygramme

Ursula Buchfellner is tied naked naked to a tree as a sacrifice. A large black men yanks her bindings off and throws her over his shoulder and walks off with her. The whole time Ursula is screaming and pounding on the guy.



High Resolution Nude Gallery and Questionaire of Ursula Buchfellner from Playboy

Ursula Buchfellner

Birthplace: Munich, Germany
H: 5′ 6″
W: 103 lbs
33C-23-33

SIGN: Gemini
GOALS: To continue traveling all over the world as a photomodel and a movie actress.
TURN-ONS: Romantic music and a boyfriend to go with it. Children, puppy dogs.
TURNOFFS: Egotists, punks and rockers, jealous people, waiting for the subway.
FAVORITE MOVIES: All the Fred Astaire and Ginger Rogers movies, Charlie Chaplin in The Gold Rush.
FAVORITE MUSICIANS: Viennese waltzes, Elton John, Bee Gees, The Pussy Cats.
FAVORITE BOOKS: Huckleberry Finn, adventure tales by Karl May, the trashiest love stories.
FAVORITE FOODS: Chinese, frankfurters, apfelstrudel.
SECRET DREAM: To become famous without having to pay a too high price.



Ursula Buchfellner on Internet Movie Database (IMDB)

Biography

Overview (2)

Date of Birth 8 June 1961Munich, Bavaria, West Germany (now Germany)
Height 5′ 6″ (1.68 m)

Mini Bio (1)

Ursula Buchfellner was born on June 8, 1961 in Munich, Bavaria, West Germany. She is an actress, known for Devil Hunter (1980), Hellhole Women (1981) and The Story of Linda (1981).

Trivia (1)

Playboy Playmate of the Month October 1979

Star Sign: Gemini

Filmography from Internet Movie Database (IMDB)

Actress (24 credits)

Dahoam is dahoam (TV Series)
Ursi

Hummerl und Bärli (2012) … Ursi (uncredited)
Ohne Worte (2012) … Ursi
 1994-1998 Theaterstadl (TV Series)
Rita Meisinger / Roserl Wagner / Anita Gänslein / …

Drunter und drüber (1998) … Rita Meisinger
Das verräterische Foto (1997) … Roserl Wagner
Seine Majestät der Kurgast (1995) … Anita Gänslein
Heiter bis wolkig (1995) … Centa Schnacklberger
Das Sündennest im Paradies (1994) … Elly Bayer
Das Millionenbett (1994) … Else
Vinzenz und die Bauchtänzerin (1994) … Ilonka
 1994-1996 Zum Stanglwirt (TV Series)
Uschi

Kawasaki-Tom (1996) … Uschi
All’s is relativ (1996) … Uschi
A Guater halt’s aus (1996) … Uschi
Schreck, lass nach (1996) … Uschi
A verhängnisvolle Affäre (1996) … Uschi
Ohio ade! (1995) … Uschi
Einerseits und andrerseits (1995) … Uschi
Ende guat gar nix guat (1995) … Uschi
Lobe den Herrn (1994) … Uschi
Gehst net mit auffi? (1994) … Uschi
Det is ja gediegen (1994) … Uschi
 1995 Veterinarian Christine II: The Temptation (TV Movie)
Frau Leitner
 1995 Ehen vor Gericht (TV Series)
Karin Walter

Seitensprünge ins Bordell (1995) … Karin Walter
 1988 Die Wicherts von nebenan (TV Series)
Sekretärin Sylvie / Sekretärin

Oma Käthe auf neuen Wegen (1988) … Sekretärin Sylvie
Trennung schmerzt (1988) … Sekretärin
 1987 Derrick (TV Series)
Rita Jakobs / Gisela Trabuhr

Nur Ärger mit dem Mann aus Rom (1987) … Rita Jakobs
Die Nacht des Jaguars (1987) … Gisela Trabuhr (as Uschi Buchfellner)
 1985 Ausgeträumt
Ireen Flame
 1984 Heiße Wickel – kalte Güsse (TV Series)
Schwester Margit (as Uschi Buchfellner)
 1983 Der Trotzkopf (TV Mini-Series)
Melanie
 1983 Salut la puce
Ursula
 1981 Last Harem
Teresa (as Ursula Fellner)
 1981 The Story of Linda
Betsy Norman (as Ursula Fellner)
 1981 Hellhole Women
Tara Lindberg (as Ursula Fellner)
 1980 Devil Hunter
Laura Crawford (as Ursula Fellner)
 1980 Der Kurpfuscher und seine fixen Töchter
Petra (as Uschi Buchfellner)
 1980 Heiße Kartoffeln
Nina
 1980 Kreuzberger Liebesnächte
Sabine König
 1979 Bloodline
Murder Victim (scenes deleted)
 1979 Cola, Candy, Chocolate
Carmela
 1978 Popcorn und Himbeereis
Yvonne
Self (1 credit)
 2011 The Big Eden (Documentary)
Herself (as Uschi)
Archive footage (1 credit)
 2010 Video Nasties: Moral Panic, Censorship & Videotape (Video documentary)
Herself
Article
Screem (USA) April 2011, Iss. 22, pg. 39, by: Joe Wawrzyniak, “Naked Terror: Playboy Playmates in Horror Films Part 2″
Femme Fatales (USA) December 1998, Vol. 7, Iss. 7, pg. 56-59, by: Ted Shoemaker, “Ursula Buchfellner, Naked Super Witch: She Deposed Herself as Europe’s ‘Empress of Exploitation Films'; It All Started with a Centerfold”
Pictorial of Ursula Buchfellnet
Celebrity Sleuth (USA) 1993, Vol. 6, Iss. 4, pg. 72-75, by: staff, “Make Their Skin Crawl: Ursula Buchfellner, “Virgin Amongst the Cannibals””
Penthouse (USA) November 1985, Iss. 11, pg. 129-137, by: Raoul Ahoup, “Newlook”
Jet Set (West Germany) October 1984, Iss. 10, pg. 19-28, by: Franco Marocco, “Aufstieg ohne Fall”
Jet Set (West Germany) October 1984, Iss. 10, pg. 19-27, by: Franco Marocco, “Aufstieg ohne Fall”
Lui (West Germany) July 1983, Iss. 7, pg. 106-107, by: Frank Gitty, “Strip mit Stil”
Superstars intim (West Germany) 1983, Iss. 3, pg. 58-61, “Uschi Buchfellner”
Lui (West Germany) November 1982, Iss. 11, pg. 70-79, by: Raoul Ahoup, “Und nichts reimt sich auf Uschi?”
Playboy (West Germany) October 1982, Iss. 10, pg. 130-135, by: Peter Weissbrich, “Jetzt macht’s jeder”
Lui (France) September 1982, Iss. 224, pg. 60-71, by: Raoul Ahoup, “Hou là là, Ursula!”
High Society (West Germany) May 1982, Iss. 2, pg. 58-61, “Uschi Buchfellner”
Playmen (West Germany) 1982, Iss. 2, pg. 56-61, by: Frank R. Weiss, “Uschi Buchfellner”
Lui (West Germany) September 1981, Iss. 9, pg. 82-89, by: Otto Weisser, “Doris”
Playboy (West Germany) February 1981, Iss. 2, pg. 64-71, “Rendezvous auf Rädern”
Er (West Germany) September 1980, Iss. 9, pg. 92-97, “Uschi”
Playboy (USA) November 1979, Vol. 26, Iss. 11, pg. 185, by: Arthur Knight, “Sex In Cinema 1979″
Playboy (USA) October 1979, Vol. 26, Iss. 10, pg. 128-139, “Deutsch Treat”
Playboy (France) October 1979, Vol. 7, Iss. 10, pg. 52-63, by: Peter Weissbrich, “L’autre Ursula”
Playboy (USA) February 1978, Vol. 25, Iss. 2, pg. 129, “Playmates International”
Playboy (West Germany) December 1977, Iss. 12, pg. 124-133, “Ursulas süße Sachen”
Magazine cover photo
Lui (France) September 1982, Iss. 224
Sexy (West Germany) 24 April 1978, Iss. 17