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Tatort - Alles Palermo, Movie made for TV, 1993 IMDB

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Ralph DE

2006-06-11 11:03

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279. Tatort (DE 1993)
06. "Batic"-München Tatort

Kriminalhauptkommissar Ivo Batic (BMW 5 E34)
Kriminalhauptkommissar Franz Leitmayr (VW Golf III)
www.tatort-fundus.de

see also:
01. "Batic" Tatort - Animals
05. "Batic" Tatort - Ein Sommernachtstraum
06. "Batic" Tatort - Alles Palermo
07. "Batic" Tatort - Himmel und Erde
25. "Batic" Tatort - Viktualienmarkt
29. "Batic" Tatort - Im freien Fall
37. "Batic" Tatort - Sechs zum Essen
45. "Batic" Tatort - Der Finger

-- Last edit: 2008-05-10 00:01:29

kazimann IE

2010-07-05 13:35

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German's do love their 'D' stickers for cars!

ingo DE

2011-04-13 11:35

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When you see a modern car with this sticker, it's for very sure a rental car from EuropCar. They have all this D-sticker, despite the EU-wide regulations, that the letter on the blue stripe of the Euro-style-numberplates is sufficient.

If you have an old-style-plate without the blue Euro-bar (in Germany up to December 2000, in other countries still available today) you still must have this country-sticker, when you are going abroad! But this rule is nearly forgotten nowadays. In fact noone takes care about that - but in some countries, for example Italy and Austria, the cops are looking for that sometimes and you have to pay a fine.

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