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Polizeiruf 110 - Schuldig, Movie made for TV, 1978 IMDB

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DidierF FR

2016-01-23 06:24

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Since I don't know our habits for this series, here are the things seen in the opening credits:

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DidierF FR

2016-01-23 07:34

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055. Polizeiruf 110

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de.wiki
Quote Schuldig wurde vom 1. März bis 20. April 1978 in Berlin gedreht. Die Kostüme des Films schuf Margarete Salow, die Filmbauten stammen von Günther Möller und Karin Schmidt. Der Film erlebte am 1. Oktober 1978 im 1. Programm des Fernsehens der DDR seine Fernsehpremiere. Die Zuschauerbeteiligung lag bei 65,9 Prozent.

Es war die 55. Folge der Filmreihe Polizeiruf 110. Hauptmann Peter Fuchs ermittelte in seinem 34. Fall, Leutnant Vera Arndt in ihrem 35. und Leutnant Woltersdorf hat einen Cameo-Auftritt in seinem 4. Fall.

Schuldig war der einzige Fernsehfilm, bei dem Rolf Römer Regie führte.


Some cars I don't know if they are interesting (I have time-tags for them all):

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bosnia BA

2016-01-23 15:12

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DidierF wrote [Image: rmer78schuldig10.jpg]
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1962-1970 GAZ-21

DidierF FR

2016-01-23 18:29

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bosnia wrote 1962-1970 GAZ-21
It must have been sort of an emblematic car (it appears in the opening credits). Since there is none of them in the page for this tv-movie, maybe she deserves a page? What do you think, German Genoßen?

ingo DE

2016-01-23 20:42

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DidierF wrote What do you think, German Genoßen?

Who do you mean with that? [:heink] I've never been a Genosse (=comrade), I always stood and still stand on the other side: I'm the Klassenfeind (=class enemy) :o

Purzel89 DE

2016-01-23 21:13

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My knowledge of german rescue cars gets exhausted when it comes to East-German police cars from GAZ. I can only say that the design of speakers and lights are unusual.

EDIT: This might indicate that its not a real police car. Looks like the speakers were fitted afterwards. But location-correct number plates. It was filmed in Berlin and "00" is for Berlin.

You cant mean me as Genoße aswell. First i didnt serve in the West german army (in east germany neither), second i was born in West-Berlin and third i love the USA.

DidierF wrote [Image: rmer78schuldig11.jpg]
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Filmed in Rostock or fake number plate. :D

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ingo DE

2016-01-23 21:50

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Purzel89 wrote Filmed in Rostock or fake number plate. :D

The houses in the background are looking like Saxony or somewhere else in the Southern DDR. They are neither typical for Berlin/Brandenburg, not for Mecklenburg-Vorpommern (I use the pre-1949 and post-1990 names of the countries :o).

DidierF FR

2016-01-23 22:00

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By that, dear ingo und sehr geehrter Purzel89, I meant: "does the car deserve a page". But after all, since it's up to me, I'll open the page and let you say what it is, or not.

'tain, c'est la dernière fois que je lâche un mot en boche sur ce site, ma parole, je l'jure à mortel.

ingo DE

2016-01-23 22:05

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@DidierF: actually we don't have any German Genosse at IMCDb. Germaneon was the only former DDR-citizen (Nickname "Ossi", opprobrious name "Zoni"), I can remember, and he disappeared a time ago. All other Germans here are a "Wessi" (for West Germans), as Purzel89 now has pointed out, that he was born on the Western side of The Wall.

Gamer DE

2016-01-23 22:09

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What about elsch?

ingo DE

2016-01-23 22:22

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Gamer wrote What about elsch?

No. His automotive history is completely Western and he talks only about Western cars, also older Western cars, no comment about any COMECON-product, so he is clearly also a Wessi.
Some weeks ago, there appeared for a short time a German IMCDb-ist, who exclusively commented Sovietish and other COMECON-made tractors. This must be an Ossi for sure.

btw.: actually the German classic car scene is still divided as in the pre-1990 Cold War-times. COMECON-vehicles in West German hands are rare, also Western cars, owned by East Germans. Main reason is, that the most classic car enthusiasts choose models, they have a personal relationship to.
You see this segregation clarly, when you visit events as spare parts markets in East and West Germany. The offered stuff is different and the interest of the customers, too. Even on the visitor-parkings you see the big difference.

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Purzel89 DE

2016-01-23 23:56

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Thats why i have chosen to go only to US-car meetings. German car meetings in general with a mix of all makes are not interesting for me. It was impossible to find a Chrysler key chain.

I once was at a dutch car meeting, just to look a bit over the edge. It was kinda funny and interesting because the majority of cars was more exotic and the makes were widespread. I found my first and only Mercury Grand Marquis car prospect in Zaandvoort. Still looking for the Crown Victoria one, i only got the LTD Crown Victoria prospect.

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ingo DE

2016-01-24 00:19

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Purzel89 wrote I once was at a dutch car meeting, just to look a bit over the edge. It was kinda funny and interesting because the majority of cars was more exotic and the makes were widespread.

Yes, on events in Holland and Belgium you have better chances to find American. In Scandinavia, especially Sweden it's also better for that. In Berlin and East Germany you absolutely can forget that idea. Also for Western European, even West German makes, you find less stuff. I would never go there, because it's unlikely, that I find something for me. But Dutch and Belgian markets I always try to visit (for the reason, that it's much closer for me, too).
This year I'm hoping again, that there's the chance to visit https://www.beaulieu.co.uk/events/spring-autojumble/ :)

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