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Helmiä ja sikoja, Movie, 2003 IMDB

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Also known as:

  • Pearls and Pigs
  • Gyöngyöt a disznók elé (Hungary)
  • Perlai ir kiaules (Lithuania)
  • Perły i wieprze (Poland)
  • Pärlor och svin (Sweden)

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deltagolf FI

2011-05-04 21:36

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A running joke is the main characters watching Ein Fall für Zwei and betting on how many times Matula will get beat up :D
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ingo DE

2011-05-05 13:05

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deltagolf wrote
A running joke is the main characters watching Ein Fall für Zwei and betting on how many times Matula will get beat up :D


It would be nice, if someone could upload that series. :)
Much 80ies-style and something the the Alfa Romeo-fans - hardcore product-placement of them there. And one scene inside a K 70... :whistle:

cl82 DE

2011-05-05 14:54

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@deltagolf: No matter how often he gets beaten up, it's just not enough. German TV-channel ZDF is or at least was famous for decent cop/detective-series, but as far as I'm concerned "Ein Fall für zwei" was an exception to the rule as it always has been by far the worst one of them all. Always, from the very first episode on. The only bright side was indeed as Ingo already indicated the wide range of different cars. Matula always drove Alfas (in the beginning Giulias, then Alfettas; nowadays, it's always the latest model) while the pimps, drug dealers and bent cops had US-cars.
Besides, I didn't know this series gets broadcasted in Finland; I knew "Der Fahnder" was quite popular there in the 80s/90s, but that's no big suprise as it was by far the cooler series of the two.

ingo DE

2011-05-05 20:21

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Oh, yes, "Der Fahnder" was much better and funnier (for sure only the first years with Klaus Wennemann, not the wannabee-resumptions later on). It was indeed one of the very few TV-series I'd like to watch.
The first "Fahnder" drove always a glary-green 1975 Ford Granada I :)
And the series was known for the faked plates. Set in an unmarked town, but filmed in München. Until the German unification all the cars had "G"-plates. After 1990, when "G" was used for Gera, they changed the plates to "GX".
:think: Would be interesting for plate-collectors, to find such a "GX"-requisite. "Cobra 11"-movie-plates are sometimes to catch.

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