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Kaiki daisakusen, TV Series, 1968-1969 IMDB

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  • Operation: Mystery!

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Jun JP

2007-03-29 14:02

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German title is "S.R.I. und die unheimlichen Falle"
13 episodes were aired on ZDF(Zweites Deutsches Fernsehen ) in 1971.

Raul1983 FI

2007-03-29 16:22

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very interesting and unusual cars. Good job, Jun :)

Jun JP

2007-03-29 20:00

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From Ep. 20
The Diana slips out from the picture and shot, and she disappears without evidence.
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"I'll arrest you. You controlled Diana with a computer program...It's CRT display!!"
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...if you are viewing this with CRT display, be careful... :D

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Weasel1984 PL

2007-03-29 20:09

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Jun wrote ... "I'll arrest you. You controlled Diana with a computer program...It's CRT display!!"...

:D I love these old sf. movies.
Nice collection of cars BTW. :king:

stronghold EN

2007-03-30 01:34

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Yep, more good pics Jun.! ;)

Q-Ball JP

2007-11-06 02:22

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Is This like the old timey Japanese X-Files?

MBSL65fan US

2007-11-12 23:56

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Since you're Japanese, I thought you'd know. ;)

Q-Ball JP

2008-02-04 23:50

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MBSL65fan wrote Since you're Japanese, I thought you'd know. ;)


I have little or no knowledge of old Japanese shows execpt those that feature Godzilla or Gammera.
I wanted to purchase season 1 of Kaiki Daisakusen at Tower Records but it was too expensive.

MBSL65fan: Oh, Q-Ball! There are no more Tower Records!

Yea, well. In Japan, they still exist. I visited there for winter break.
Exxon is still Esso too. :lol:

jettalover US

2008-02-05 03:46

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Living in Sacramento, where Tower Records was headquartered, I followed the downfall of Tower Records closely. I believe the owner sold off the non-U.S. stores to keep the the company alive and the U.S stores open. The owner(s) of the non-U.S. stores kept the Tower Records name alive. But it was a losing effort and Tower Records in the U.S died because management couldn't keep up with the way the music landscape dramaticaly changed over the last decade or so. What was the famous store on L.A.'s Sunset Strip is likely to be torn down and replaced by a office/retail building.

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Q-Ball JP

2008-02-05 16:42

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Ouch! Sorry about that :lol:

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