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Edgar Wallace - Die unheimlichen Briefe, Movie made for TV, 2002 IMDB

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Ralph DE

2007-03-04 23:15

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xx. Edgar Wallace (2002)

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Gag Halfrunt UK

2007-03-08 01:55

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Looks as if this time they filmed all of it in Britain. :)

Ralph DE

2007-03-08 02:12

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Gag Halfrunt wrote Looks as if this time they filmed all of it in Britain. :)


yes and no

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Gag Halfrunt UK

2007-03-08 02:18

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Ralph wrote yes and no

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I can recognise the DB livery, so I imagine all the German viewers would as well. :)

P.S. According to the IMDB, there were two other Edgar Wallace TV movies made at the same time. It seems they were filmed in 1998 but not shown until 2002.
http://us.imdb.com/title/tt0315538/trivia


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Ralph DE

2007-03-08 02:30

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Train number 232 518-1 in the actuell DB design. In the movie is the same train with older GDR paint.

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Weasel1984 PL

2007-03-08 02:37

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The loco is a russian 'Ludmilla', in the eastern block every boy had a H0 model of it by Piko (in BR130 version) - me too. :p

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Ingo DE

2007-10-07 20:22

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In the GDR this loco had the nickname "Taigatrommel" : "taiga-drum"
They were very loud. In the early 90ies I worked in the town Hannover, close to the main train station - and very close to track 13, where all trains from the East (ex-GDR, Poland, Russia) were arriving. When such a Taigatrommel was passing, you had a real earthquake-feeling. Everything was vibrating, the coffee-cup were ringing and you had to stop phone-calls.

Weasel1984 PL

2008-09-15 23:25

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DR had probably the biggest number of these monsters, as I've heard in their homeland they were nearly unknown. Also CSD had a couple of them for a while, but they stated that they don't need so big diesel locomotives and have sold them (or gave back to USSR).

AleX_DJ AT

2017-11-10 18:51

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German Edgar Wallace Film series (1995-2002)
1. /movie_116750-Die-Katze-von-Kensington.html
2. /movie_113529-Das-Karussell-des-Todes.html
3. /movie_112524-Der-Blinde.html
4. /movie_315538-Edgar-Wallace-Das-Schloss-des-Grauens.html
5. /movie_322130-Die-unheimlichen-Briefe.html
6. /movie_317406-Edgar-Wallace--Die-vier-Gerechten.html
7. /movie_325299-Edgar-Wallace-Das-Haus-der-toten-Augen.html
8. /movie_327675-Edgar-Wallace-Whiteface.html

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