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Tatort - Tote Taube in der Beethovenstraße, Movie made for TV, 1973 IMDB

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Also known as:

  • Piccione morto in Beethovenstrasse (Italy)
  • Dead Pigeon on Beethoven Street (USA)

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Ralph DE

2007-09-26 01:00

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025. Tatort (1973)
01. "Sandy" Tatort

Sandy from USA and Zollfahnder Kressin from Köln
filming locations: Koeln · Bonn · Remagen · Königswinter

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Ralph DE

2007-09-26 01:11

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He show us my home
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(see also this movie :) /movie_441798-Der-Stich-des-Skorpion.html )

Near my home the railway station it is now a museum (in five days is new opening):
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my ex-home was 200 meters from this place
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Ralph DE

2007-09-26 01:20

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Gamer DE

2016-01-17 18:58

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English title is simply "Dead Pigeon on Beethoven Street" this was the only Tatort episode that was ever aired in the US.

Purzel89 DE

2016-01-17 19:51

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Krupp factory in Essen: https://www.youtube.com/watch?v=OXz289VuUqo

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103 205-1: scrapped

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103 203-6: scrapped


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cl82 DE

2016-01-17 23:22

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The whole factory is "dead" for almost 20 years now.
Edit: Good article about the history of Krupp's locomotive factory: https://de.wikipedia.org/wiki/Lokomotiv-_und_Waggonbaufabrik_Krupp

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cl82 DE

2016-01-19 15:08

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@Ingo: Didn't you live just around the corner (more or less) back then?

ingo DE

2016-01-20 15:06

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cl82 wrote @Ingo: Didn't you live just around the corner (more or less) back then?

yes, a bit more than 20km. But back then, when the factories and plants on the large Krupp-areal were still active, I didn't lived in that area. Due a little interest (my great-grandfather worked as a chemist for Krupp 100 years ago, but noone else of my family, although they are located in Essen for centuries) I read some books about Krupp, but my knowledge is not really big.

Today nearly nothing is left over from the large Krupp-area. One hall (but according Wiki not the hall, visible in this "Tatort") is now the IKEA-parking garage http://structurae.de/bauwerke/ikea-parkhaus and on the other side of the Altendorfer Straße is one building left over, where inside is nowadays a musical theatre and this Mongolian buffet-restaurant http://www.mongos.de/de/restaurant/essen.php
All other Krupp-buildings are demolished since years. There are a plenty of shopping-houses and other companies there, so this large furniture-shop http://www.xxxlshop.de/filiale/xxxl-kroeger-essen/RE and the largest Mercedes-dealership in the Ruhr-area* http://www.lueg.de/Centerseiten/Center-Essen-/0_476.html

*@the Mercedes-fans here: in 1987 Mercedes Lueg had an own special model, for their 125th anniversary, a 300 TD 4matic [W124] with the whole extra option-collection. The price was 96.000 D-Mark (49.000 €) - at the same time my grandfather bought a 200 automatic [W124] for not even 20.000€.

cl82 DE

2016-01-20 18:09

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Thanks for your answer! I had already heard about this dealership before, but I didn't know they have a wiki-article, too: https://de.wikipedia.org/wiki/Fahrzeug-Werke_Lueg

Gag Halfrunt UK

2018-08-06 12:29

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Today I learned that Samuel Fuller directed an episode of Tatort (this one).
Link to "bbs.boingboing.net"

Quote Samuel Fuller was offered the opportunity to direct an episode of the popular German crime drama by film critic (and later writer/director) Hans-Christoph Blumenberg, in appreciation for the director's help in securing interviews with filmmakers Howard Hawks and John Ford for a documentary project. Upon meeting with the program's producers and feeling initial doubts about being able to conform to the show's standard template, he suggested a storyline inspired by the then-recent Profumo affair in England, which the producers approved to Fuller's surprise.

https://www.imdb.com/title/tt0069349/trivia?ref_=tt_ql_trv_1

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