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1989 Audi V8 [D11]

1989 Audi V8 [D11] in Das Erbe der Guldenburgs, TV Series, 1987-1990 IMDB Ep. 3.03

Class: Cars, Sedan — Model origin: DE

1989 Audi V8 [D11]

[*][*] Minor action vehicle or used in only a short scene

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walter IT

2012-08-08 23:29

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Hulala :love:

Sandie SX

2012-08-08 23:33

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Indeed, another nice car.

Andre Malraux RO

2012-08-08 23:48

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walter wrote Hulala :love:


If you like Audi, you must like also Auto Union. I saw this one recently, in traffic: Link to "www.veteran.ro" . :sun:

cl82 DE

2012-08-09 16:39

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Aka Typ4C.

ingo DE

2012-08-09 19:48

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Hopefully the Oldsmobile-driver opens the door not too wide :/

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mike962 DE

2012-08-09 19:51

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ingo wrote Hopefully the Oldsmobile-driver opens the door not too much :/

he was actually a main villain in the series :)

surprised you didn't know this series, since its considered the German version of Dallas , only instead of OIL family we have beer aristocrats

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Sandie SX

2012-08-09 19:58

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Did every country have its own poor man's Dallas? We had Howards' Way (which was like Dallas but with boats) here.

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Andre Malraux RO

2012-08-09 20:03

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Sandie wrote We had Howards' Way (which was like Dallas but with boats) here.


This one was also nice. :sun:

mike962 DE

2012-08-09 20:07

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Sandie wrote Did every country have its own poor man's Dallas? We had Howards' Way (which was like Dallas but with boats) here.

hmm , full episodes of that show are on youtube , perhaps a new IMCDB contribution ?

Sandie SX

2012-08-09 20:14

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Probably. In later episodes there were some nice cars (Lotus Excel, Renault Alpine etc), well nice if like me you like wedge shaped 80s sports cars.

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ingo DE

2012-08-09 20:19

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mike962 wrote surprised you didn't know this series, since its considered the German version of Dallas , only instead of OIL family we have beer aristocrats

I do know this series - but I never watched it. But I've never ever seen any episodes of "Dallas" or "Denver Clan" ("Dynasty") either. In fact I never have watched TV-series that much. A few in the 80ies, but not later on. "Wickie" ("Vicky the Viking") was my favourite series when I was a small kid, "Pusteblume"/"Löwenzahn" as a real series, too.
Later on I've watched quite consistently "Der Fahnder" -only the first season with Klaus Wennemann-, "SOKO 5113" (also only the first seasons), "Die 2" ("The Persuaders"), "Trio mit vier Fäusten" ("Riptide"), "Magnum", sometimes "Die Strandpiraten" ("The Beachcombers"), too.

But never these "family series". I've tried to watch "Der Landarzt", because it was -still is- filmed, where my grandmother lived, but I couldn't bear that.

P.S. Yes, the more I think about it, the more I'm sure, that since 1989/90 I never have watched any TV-series any more. And talkshows neither. And for sure never all that reality-doku-soap-trash-shit. Only one time the "debt adviser" - because there was a hopeless overdebted couple "Ingo + Nadine" :)

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Andre Malraux RO

2012-08-09 20:23

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ingo wrote "The Persuaders"


:king:

I also like 1990s "Maigret" with Bruno Cremer.

ingo DE

2012-08-09 20:26

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Oh, before I forgot: one of my favourite series was "Yes Minister". Last week my wife has bought Link to "www.amazon.co.uk" for me :)

Sandie SX

2012-08-09 20:26

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Was it The Persuaders which was shown in Germany with the piss taking dubbing or was it some other old show from here?

ingo DE

2012-08-09 20:31

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@Andre Malraux: "The Persuaders were/still are vey popular in Germany, because the dubbing is absolut great. The English speaking original was a disaster, not liked in the UK or the USA. It's the truth, that the original series was given to Rainer Brandt, the most popular specialist for dubbing TV-series with the words "This is absolute trash, a total flop. Make with it, what you want. Make any kind of dubbing you want." And he made it well :)
It became popular in France, too, because the dubbed the German dubbing, not the English original.

mike962 DE

2012-08-09 20:38

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I see, I din't watch this sopas and "family" shows that much eithe, I am more fan of those 80s action shows such as Street Hawk , The Fall Guy (Ein Colt Fur alle Falle) , Hardcastle and McComik , The Dukes of Hazzard (just love the Geenral Lee charger and sexy Dazy Duke), Captain power and the Soldiers of the Future, Sliders (early seasons) and stuff like that

but of course today they simply cannot afford to produce such shows again in the US , they only have stupid and "cheap" CSI and its clones , Law and Order etc because they only have to pay the actors and sets are almost the same all the time







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ingo DE

2012-08-09 20:40

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@mike962: it's not neccessary to qoute everything ;)

Oh, yes, I forgot "The Fall Guy". I watched that, too.

mike962 DE

2012-08-09 20:45

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and stuff like MacGyver , TJ Hooker, Sledge Hammer (real awesome spoof ) and so on

TV shows then simply had great them songs and they were quite long at over 2 min often , today they berally last 30 seconds and usually it was about saving people not like today about prosecuting murders of death ones

And often those old TV shows showed great locations where you would actualy want to be , not some cold cities or ghetos , it simply is much more depressing this days , a mainreason why I don't watch much TV

and the same applies to cartoons, they were simply far far better animated , today they look cheap and horrendos by comparison

its like instead of things evolving they deevolved , like the economies and society in general

Andre Malraux RO

2012-08-09 20:48

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ingo wrote @Andre Malraux: "The Persuaders were/still are vey popular in Germany, because the dubbing is absolut great. The English speaking original was a disaster, not liked in the UK or the USA.


In what way a disaster? I mean it was normal that many germans don't understand it, right? So how come they presented, initially, the english version, without dubbing?

Here we don't dub the movies, we never did, thanks God! Not only with dubbing the charme of the movie disappears, but, like that, I learned english. ;)

Sandie SX

2012-08-09 20:53

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I agree with you Mike. I much prefer to watch 70s and 80s TV. Not just because the era is much more interesting to me in terms of cars and music but because TV then tried to be escapism. It was about successful people doing entertaining things rather than normal people doing realistic things. I don't mind things like Law & Order, NCIS or The Mentalist but they don't allow you to escape from a dull life as well as the 80s shows did.

And Sledge Hammer! was definitely ace. I love this scene: http://www.youtube.com/watch?v=R03Dtu1r6nk

chicomarx BE

2012-08-09 20:53

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ingo wrote Last week my wife has bought Link to "www.amazon.co.uk" for me :)

That doesn't include Yes Prime Minister. Better value is this: Link to "www.amazon.co.uk" The Complete Yes Minister & Yes Prime Minister - Collector's Box Set. Send it back.

Andre Malraux RO

2012-08-09 21:54

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Andre Malraux wrote :king:

I also like 1990s "Maigret" with Bruno Cremer.


I forgot about "Derrick". :p

ingo DE

2012-08-11 16:11

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No, that's a real dull and boring series.

ingo DE

2012-08-11 17:38

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chicomarx wrote That doesn't include Yes Prime Minister. Better value is this: Link to "www.amazon.co.uk" The Complete Yes Minister & Yes Prime Minister - Collector's Box Set. Send it back.

Naah, it's o.k. I saw more of the "Minister"-season than of the later episodes, plus I even haven't the time, to watch just these quite soon. To busy with IMCDb-comments...

ingo DE

2012-08-11 17:59

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Andre Malraux wrote In what way a disaster? I mean it was normal that many germans don't understand it, right? So how come they presented, initially, the english version, without dubbing?

The original was a disaster in the UK. The orignal English version was never aired here.
No, subtitles are absolutely unpopular in Germany. All people here hate that. Over 99% of foreign productions were dubbed, except some exotic auteur movies or so. But those are only shown in the auteur-movie-corners in cultur-channels or small cineasts-cinemas.

Subtitles appears more in interviews of people, who speak a dialect, which will not be understand by all other Germans, for example from Austria, Switzerland, but also from the cl82- or m.pfaffeneder-countries. From the North only the Frisian language is usually dubbed. In the Northern half of Germany the dialects and accents are much better understandable than the Southern ones.

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Andre Malraux RO

2012-08-12 01:02

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ingo wrote No, that's a real dull and boring series.


Is a question of atmosphere.

Andre Malraux RO

2012-08-12 13:33

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ingo wrote The original was a disaster in the UK. The orignal English version was never aired here.


Now I understand (I understood also last night, when I wrote the comment above, but it was too late for an answer, here it was 2,02): Brandt invented new dialogues, right? Very interesting, I never would have thought at that.

I saw all the episodes of this series in english and I did not found the first ones are less good than the other ones. Or in UK the whole series was unpopular?

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ingo DE

2012-08-12 13:53

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Andre Malraux wrote Is a question of atmosphere.

Exactly. This is the reason. At Derrick it is absolutely dull and boring. Always set in the high society of München. Far away from the reality. Of a police commissioner's work and of the real life, too.

Andre Malraux RO

2012-08-12 14:24

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Absolutely right. But:

1. Munchen is a beautiful city.

2. I like the atmosphere of the '70s.

3. Horst Tappert was a good actor.

These things make the series very agreable to watch, even if is not a masterpiece.

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Nightrider RU

2012-08-12 17:19

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Oh,today i saw V8 in clunker-condition with rear from 100 Avant welded on! I was hoping,that it's 100 with V8 body parts until I saw interior and heard engine roar...

Andre Malraux RO

2012-08-12 17:27

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@ Ingo

Though, if I think a little (I'm not used to thinking, you know :lol: ), "Derrick" is not so far from the police commissioner's real work, as you say. Despite general opinion, most of the murders are committed by ordinary people, not by gangsters (except Italy and USA, where, indeed, Mafia does a great job in this field). Even the very few murders committed during armed robberies are investigated by policemen specialized in armed robberies, not by policemen specialized in murders, who belong to another brigade.

Besides, if I remember corectly, many murders in "Derrick" are made by common people, not by people from the high society. Though, in the high society could happen also: http://en.wikipedia.org/wiki/Richard_John_Bingham,_7th_Earl_of_Lucan (the famous 1974 Lord Lucan's case).

Besides, I like the psychology of the characters.

I repeat, is not a masterpiece, but is nice. :p

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ingo DE

2012-08-12 18:14

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Andre Malraux wrote "Derrick" is not so far from the police commissioner's real work, as you say.

Well, it is far away. I have to ask my brother-in-law, which German criminal series it was, which was closest to the real policeman's world (he and his wife are cops nearby Berlin). There was one quite realistic, he told me once, but I forgot the name. Derrick not, Cobra 11 neither.

Nightrider RU

2012-08-12 19:03

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ingo wrote
There was one quite realistic, he told me once, but I forgot the name. Derrick not, Cobra 11 neither.


Polizeiruf 110?

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