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Tatort - Kressin und der Laster nach Lüttich, Movie made for TV, 1971 IMDB

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Ralph DE

2006-11-16 02:18

005. Tatort (1971)
02. "Kressin" Tatort

Zollfahnder Kressin from Köln (Triumph TR4A)
filming locations: Köln · Aachen · Liège

see also: (1971-1973)
01. "Kressin" Tatort - Kressin und der tote Mann im Fleet
02. "Kressin" Tatort - Kressin und der Laster nach Lüttich
03. "Kressin" Tatort - Kressin stoppt den Nordexpress
04. "Kressin" Tatort - Kressin und die Frau des Malers
05. "Kressin" Tatort - Kressin und der Mann mit dem gelben Koffer
06. "Kressin" Tatort - Kressin und die zwei Damen aus Jade

also with Kressin:
Tatort 023 - Marek 02 - Die Samtfalle
Tatort 025 - Sandy 01 - Tote Taube in der Beethovenstraße

-- Last edit: 2007-09-19 12:35:23

Ralph DE

2007-01-03 12:39

Actor/Actress in Leading Role have a own car: yes (Triumph TR4A)
Actor/Actress in Leading Role used a car: yes (Mercedes LPS 1620)

chases (action): yes (Mercedes LPS 1620 vs. 2 Mercedes L49)
chases (observing): yes (Triumph TR4A vs. Mercedes LPS 1620)
crash /accident: no
easily accident: yes (Mercedes L49)
another car-action: yes (Mercedes LPS 1620,Volkswagen RKW)

CarChasesFanatic ES

2007-01-03 13:43

What do you mean by chases (observing) ?

Ralph DE

2007-01-03 18:38

is better?: chases (watching)

chases (action): meens a race in a town or something to live or die :-)

chases (observing): meens a agent or someone, he is watching and follow secretly a another car

CarChasesFanatic ES

2007-01-03 19:54

ah well when it is a "chase" where the pursuer doesnt know that someone is chasing him its called a follow, as the other guy is only following him :)

antp BE

2007-01-03 22:27

Isn't that rather "tailing" (i.e. following without showing that you follow).
Well, a native English speaker will help us, I hope :D

btw, by "easily accident", you mean "light accident"? (not sure that it is the good word either)

-- Last edit: 2007-01-03 22:28:12

CarChasesFanatic ES

2007-01-03 22:30

Star Wars Fanatic, help please :o

Star Wars Fanatic EN

2007-01-03 22:50

Yes, it is technically tailing though it can be described as following whereby the character being chased is not aware of the situation.

Ralph DE

2007-01-04 23:49

sorry, but i don't no which is now right or the best :think:

CarChasesFanatic ES

2007-01-05 00:13

call it follow

Ralph DE

2007-01-05 00:19

chases (action): yes/no
chases (follow): yes/no
crash /accident: yes/no (or: fatal accident)
light accident: yes/no
another car-action: yes/no

CarChasesFanatic ES

2007-01-05 00:25

for chases just use two words, or chase, which is with action, or follow, whcih is just a car following another one slowly, and crashes just say big crash or minor crash for example rather than light accident and another car action is fine :) thanks for improving this ;)

Ingo DE

2009-01-28 10:00

@animatronixx: :hello: hearse-alert!

in dieser folge gibt es auch einen leichenwagen zu sehen. siehe hier (ab 3:36 und mehr ab 4:30): http://de.youtube.com/watch?v=V3iRCXKwBQw
strichachter mit langem chassis? diese hecktüren hatte ich schon mal an einem admiral a-leichenwagen gesehen.

dieses youtube wurde im nummernschildersammler-forum gepostet, wegen des schönen mon.

-- Last edit: 2009-01-28 10:01:06

Animatronixx DE

2009-01-29 00:47

@Ingo: Ja, hübsch! Aber nix Strichachter - das ist ebenfalls ein Kapitän/ Admiral/ Diplomat A Serienradstand mit Aufbau von Welsch aus Mayen. Mir sind derzeit zwei solche Fahrzeuge in Sammlerhand bekannt, vielleicht ist das Tatort-Auto ja auch dabei. :)

andrepa DE

2017-07-28 00:35

some regard Kressin as a kind of german James Bond , but they are wrong!
Sieghardt Rupp was an austrian .

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