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Zelená vlna, Movie, 1982 IMDB

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Also known as:

  • Ein schönes Wochenende (East Germany (DDR))
  • Zielona fala (Poland)

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kegare JP

2013-05-28 17:52

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ingo DE

2013-05-28 19:20

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kegare wrote
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The poverty version, the "Guantanamo-trim line" ( http://en.wikipedia.org/wiki/Casio_F91W ) is my favourite watch since the late 80ies :D

chicomarx BE

2013-05-30 03:33

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Very 80s :) A lot of cheap fakes of that watch are sold, hold the right button for a few seconds for it to display CASIO if it's genuine.
And the genuine only sells for Ł7... Link to "www.amazon.co.uk" Still exactly the same model.

sixcyl FR

2013-05-31 21:44

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Aircraft at:
http://impdb.org/index.php?title=Zelen%C3%A1_vlna
(done by LVCDC)

Andre Malraux RO

2013-05-31 22:04

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ingo DE

2013-05-31 22:51

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chicomarx wrote And the genuine only sells for Ł7... Still exactly the same model.

When I've bought one at http://www.centro.de/english my wife was slightly pissed :D We went to a watch-shop and after I've asked expressly for this watch, the shop-girls were really bewildered. Then one lady had said "Hmm, I think, we still have one", kneeled down and digged under the showcase in old boxes and packings - and finally found one. I was very happy, she said after a little cough with a crooked smile "Well, it's somehow timeless design". My wife's reaction was just the classic
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ingo DE

2013-05-31 23:09

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Andre Malraux wrote Too modern for my taste. :o I like ONLY mechanical watches. :sun:

These digital-plastic watches are much more useful, especially when you are travelling, as being waterproof, having lighting and buzzer.

Anyways, thanks for the reminding :) In two weeks we have company-party and for boasting with my unique (in Europe) watch it needs a new battery. Seriously, my parents-in-law brought me this

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from their cruise around Down Under, because at no stop at any port there, they could find this T-Shirt /vehicle.php?id=188741 :( They really have asked in every tourist's and clothing shops.

ingo DE

2013-05-31 23:13

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chicomarx wrote A lot of cheap fakes ...
sells for Ł7...

Roundabout this price I've also paid for this -let's say "semi-original" watch, back in 1998 on a Balinesian beach. It ran for 4 weeks. Then I've nailed it besides my other travelling souveniers :D

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G-MANN UK

2013-05-31 23:47

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That Holden watch is nice. Are you going to start wearing it instead of your Casio?

ingo DE

2013-05-31 23:49

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at the company-party yes, otherwise the Casio is really more useful.

Andre Malraux RO

2013-06-03 22:21

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ingo DE

2013-06-03 22:24

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Oh, the poverty-spec version of the Pulsar I had in the late 80ies.

Andre Malraux RO

2013-06-03 22:28

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Gag Halfrunt UK

2013-06-27 17:31

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@ingo: Terrorist watch now available in chartreuse, magenta, ginger and more

ingo DE

2013-06-27 19:24

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Thanks, but I'll stay with the sophisticated timeless design.

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