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One, Two, Three, Movie, 1961 IMDB

Pictures provided by: Tönz, Bebert, DidierF

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Also known as:

  • Eins, zwei, drei (Germany)
  • Uno, dos, tres (Spain)
  • Un, deux, trois (France)
  • Uno, due, tre! (Italy)

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junkman UK

2006-09-19 16:26

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There are way more cars in that movie. The entire movie is spotter heaven if you like German tin.

BeanBandit FI

2006-09-19 17:16

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Would you believe, this movie was BANNED in Finland until 1986. :mad:

Tönz DE

2006-09-19 17:21

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For what reason? Surreptitious advertising?

BeanBandit FI

2006-09-19 18:25

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"Harming the foreign affairs", thst meaning: making fun of Soviets.
Biggest reason is sayed to be the scene, where Russians are drinking and celebrating so hard, that the photo of Khrushchev falls down and reveals the potret of Stalin under it.

That was the Finlandisierung, as Germans called it.

-- Last edit: 2006-09-19 18:25:35

Gag Halfrunt UK

2006-09-19 18:34

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BeanBandit wrote "Harming the foreign affairs", thst meaning: making fun of Soviets.
Biggest reason is sayed to be the scene, where Russians are drinking and celebrating so hard, that the photo of Khrushchev falls down and reveals the potret of Stalin under it.

That was the Finlandisierung, as Germans called it.

"Finlandization"
http://en.wikipedia.org/wiki/Finlandization
Quote Finlandization (Suomettuminen in Finnish, Finnlandisierung in German) refers to the influence that one neighboring powerful country can have on the policies of a smaller nearby country.

It is considered by some to be pejorative, originating in West German political debate of the 1960s and 1970s. As the term was used in Germany and other NATO countries, it expressed the process of turning into a neutral country which, although maintaining national sovereignty, in foreign politics resolves not to challenge a more powerful neighbour. Commonly in reference to Finland's policies vis-à-vis the Soviet Union during the Cold War, but could refer to similar international relations, such as Denmark's attitude toward Germany between 1871 and 1940.

Bebert FR

2006-11-14 17:32

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J'ai ajouté trois ou quatre images, mais c'est surtout celle du bus que je trouve sympa.

antp BE

2006-11-14 17:33

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Oui c'est pas lui qu'on remarque en premier sur l'image :D

sixcyl FR

2006-11-14 20:46

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I don't know if the film is good, but the pictures are very interesting :)

Ingo DE

2007-05-20 23:39

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@sixcyl: very good, made by Billy Wilder.

The scenes at the Brandenburger Tor were made a few days before the Berlin Wall was built. The film-team was taken by surprise of the 13.August 1961. After that day, the missing outdoor-scenes were made in the studio.

@Bean Bandit: the film wasn't shown in Western Germany for several years - the people didn't want to lough about the East-West-conflict, especially not in the early 60ies. In the GDR naturally the film was forbidden until 1990.

-- Last edit: 2007-05-20 23:40:02

58Roadmaster US

2008-02-19 15:52

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This was James Cagney's last screen appearance. It is playing tomorrow in USA.

Aolju ES

2013-03-31 10:18

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This movie is very good, and has lots of interesting German cars on it.

DidierF FR

2015-05-29 03:55

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a LOUD farce signed Billy Wilder and I.A.L. Diamond,

with LOUD James Cagney, Horst Buchholz, Pamela Tiffin, Arlene Francis, Liselotte Pulver and excellent Hanns Lothar.

There are many other cars and trucks,

for instance this tank-truck here,

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For rjluna2, traffic light in Berlin
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(with a Büssing on the left?)

And for IMPDb.org warriors, Pan Am N5527C

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arriving at Tempelhof

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with our heros reaching the Zentralflughafen (while a Kleinbus is passing by).

rjluna2 US

2015-05-30 16:18

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DidierF wrote For rjluna2, traffic light in Berlin

(with a Büssing on the left?)

Merci, Didier :)

My comments at Traffic Lights in Internet Movie Car Database.

Corkeyandpals US

2016-05-24 06:02

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Aircraft at: http://impdb.org/index.php?title=One,_Two,_Three

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