Heidi und Peter

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Heidi und Peter (English title: Heidi and Peter) is a 1955 Swiss movie from 1955, directed by Franz Schnyder. Originally shot in black-and-white, the film was later colorized.

The film is a sequel to the 1952 film Heidi, which was itself an adaptation of the 1880 novel Heidi by Johanna Spyri.

The spanking scene[edit]

Spoiler warning

The film has an aborted M/m spanking scene starting at about 58:00 minutes.

Peter has deliberately pushed Clara's wheelchair down the mountain to its destruction. But when he is later questioned about the event, he tells Alm-Uncle he was an uninvolved bystander. The uncle knows that Peter is lying, and dryily remarks that Peter should open the window "to let his lie out". Convicted, Peter looks guilty and no longer defends himself. The old man gets up while Peter watches him with fearful eyes. When he sees the uncle taking a stout stick in his hand, Peter penitently unfastenes his suspenders at the back, pulls down his trousers a little (but without actually baring his buttocks), and bends over a chopping block that stands conveniently in the mittle of the alpine hut, getting ready for his expected beating. The man approaches him with the stick, but then he motions the boy up and turns him around. He says "You'd have deserved it... but I'll give you something else instead", and hands Peter, to his great surprise, a coin. The uncle explains he understands it was very hard on Peter when Clara robbed him of Heidi, who is and was his greatest treasure. And what he had done to the wheelchair was actually a good thing, as it had helped Clara regain her ability to walk.

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