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Alles außer Mord, TV Series, 1994-1996 IMDB

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Gamer DE

2017-05-30 20:39

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Another bad detective/crime series. :D

-- Last edit: 2017-06-02 09:15:37

Gamer DE

2017-06-02 09:15

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Season 1 complete. :)

Gamer DE

2017-06-08 10:23

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Season 2 complete.

This season had a nice finisher where Fichte goes to Sylt, Britain and for a few seconds also to France.

-- Last edit: 2017-06-08 10:24:08

Gamer DE

2017-06-12 16:11

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Season 3 and entire series complete. :) Sadly no red Polo II 86C with Oldenburg registration, that was my mom's car and she was living in Hamburg at the time. :D

Jo, nu issat aus mit'm Hamburcher Zeuch, nu muss ich wiedää Serien mächn, die wo gornicht in moiner Geygend spielen tun! Dies bloibe voreähst mein einziges meäästäffeliges Projekt...
Falls ji heff dacht, dat Gamer-Land wär die Geygend um Südost-Niedääsochsn beie eymoligen doitsch-doitschen Grenze, dann hass dich geiäät, denn moine wohre Hoimot is' nämlich Schleyswich-Holstoin und Hamburch, auch wenn ich in Braunschwoich leyben tu!

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rjluna2 US

2017-06-12 16:30

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Gamer wrote Jo, nu issat aus mit'm Hamburcher Zeuch, nu muss ich wiedää Serien mächn, die wo gornicht in moiner Geygend spielen tun! Dies bloibe voreähst mein einziges meäästäffeliges Projekt...
Falls ji heff dacht, dat Gamer-Land wär die Geygend um Südost-Niedääsochsn beie eymoligen doitsch-doitschen Grenze, dann hass dich geiäät, denn moine wohre Hoimot is' nämlich Schleyswich-Holstoin und Hamburch, auch wenn ich in Braunschwoich leyben tu!

Welche Sprache ist das? :??:

Gamer DE

2017-06-12 16:31

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It's Hamburg dialect. :D

rjluna2 US

2017-06-12 16:34

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Oh I see :/

Gamer DE

2017-06-12 16:40

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Truck with an implied role:
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In most 1990s TV series, they used a Gameboy when they needed a handheld - Frieder's kids, however, have a Game Gear:
[Image: gamegear.jpg]

Uli has a car poster with working lights in his apartment - seems to be a Japanese car?
[Image: workinglights.jpg] [Image: lights.jpg]

He also has two old Borgward advertisements:
[Image: borgwardposter.jpg] [Image: greenborgward.jpg]

A bike poster:
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Cars seen in movies:
[Image: 1x02mustang.jpg] [Image: taxinice050.jpg] [Image: documentary.jpg] [Image: wahnsinnmitmethode.jpg] [Image: oldtaxi.1.jpg] [Image: blackcaddy.jpg] [Image: daskuckuseitaxi.jpg]

The kids watch 'The Real Ghostbusters' on screen in the first episode:
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A train in 2.02:
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A 1956 MaK Typ V200 delivered October 31, 1956 to the Bundesbahn. Renumbered as 220 007-9 January 1, 1968, decommissioned December 31, 1984. From January 1985 to December 1993 it was property of the "BSW-Gruppe" of Lübeck, then returned to the newly founded Deutsche Bahn AG in 1994. Moved to the DB museum in January 1996 and since 2005 it belongs to "Historische Eisenbahnfahrzeuge Lübeck e.v." (HEL)

G-Klasse brochure in 2.04:
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Background vehicles:
[Image: himedic.jpg] [Image: corolla_ii.jpg] [Image: i001042269.jpg] [Image: blackoutr4.jpg] [Image: backgroundbike.1.jpg] [Image: bmwe36.jpg] [Image: redpatrol.jpg] [Image: alfa164.1.jpg] [Image: spitfire.jpg] [Image: redcorrado.jpg]

-- Last edit: 2017-06-22 09:29:42

rjluna2 US

2017-06-12 18:21

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Gamer wrote Uli has a car poster with working lights in his apartment - seems to be a Japanese car?
[Image: workinglights.jpg]

Oh, yeah. ingo was telling me about the driving education poster with these lights :D

ingo DE

2017-06-13 23:51

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@Gamer: these driving school displays -with working lights!- are from the early 60ies, so from times, there were no Japanese cars at all in Germany.

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