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Ve znamení Merkura, TV Series, 1978 IMDB

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Ddey65 US

2013-08-31 14:36

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This isn't on IMDb. Which country is it from?

kegare JP

2013-08-31 14:56

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http://www.csfd.cz/film/213165-ve-znameni-merkura/filmoteka/

Czechoslovak series about a border control unit which investigates smugglers, I think.

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ingo DE

2013-08-31 15:15

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kegare wrote
Czechoslovak series about a border control unit which investigates smugglers, I think.

And the sinister smugglers are the West Germans? :D All West German plates here are fakes, but all DDR-plates are originals.

ingo DE

2013-08-31 15:33

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Which border crossing point (if an authentic one)? Very surely to the DDR. Not to West Germany (due the many DDR-cars).

:think: Hrensko/Bahratal (F172 from Dresden to Decin)? This crossing point was also a Transit-crossing for Western citizens.

130rapid PL

2013-08-31 18:13

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Ep. 1 made on:
Halámky / Neu-Nagelberg (CS /Austria)
Děčín-Hřensko / Schmilka (CS /East Germany)

Ep. 2
Rozvadov / Waidhaus (CS / West Germany)

Ep. 3
Pomezí nad Ohří / Schirnding (CS / West Germany)
Strážný / Philippsreut (CS / West Germany)

Ep. 4 Bratislava-Petržalka / Berg (CS / Austria)

Ep. 5
Harrachov / Jakuszyce (CS / Poland)
Železná Ruda / Bayerisch Eisenstein (CS / West Germany)
Děčín-Hřensko / Schmilka (CS /East Germany) again.

The source (in Czech).

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ingo DE

2013-08-31 21:13

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But others at Hrensko/Bahratal? The background fits (valley of the river Elbe/Labe) with the mountains around. Plus the many authentic DDR-cars, which had no access to Austria either.

Gag Halfrunt UK

2013-09-01 14:02

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And /vehicle_626360-Skoda-105-Typ-742-1977.html appears to be at a border post in Bratislava (see the thumbnail.

P.S. /vehicle_626363-Mercedes-Benz-O-302.html as well.

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ingo DE

2013-09-03 19:51

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130rapid wrote
Železná Ruda / Bayerisch Eisenstein (CS / East Germany)
Děčín-Hřensko / Schmilka (CS /East Germany) again.

Err, http://en.wikipedia.org/wiki/Bayerisch_Eisenstein is in the West ;) Think about the "Bayerisch" = "Bavarian" - nowhere outside of Bavaria anyone wants to have something "bavarian" in his name :p

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130rapid PL

2013-09-03 20:15

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Yes, it was obvious mistake. :sun:

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