Enter Heinz Engelmann! He played a police officer in seven episodes, more then any other actor in the series. Confusingly he always played different characters, never the same. Although, beside the name there was not much difference in the way he played them. But he is most remembered because of his voice. He was a regular in the dubbing studios and he lend his voice to stars like John Wayne and William Holden. With his voice he gives the series an American touch. Another actor who already played a police detective in an earlier episode can here be seen as a sidekick to Engelmann.
This episode is better made than the last ones with quite a lot of action and off-leading trails. At one point I almost forgot what the original crime was that started the investigation.
Although WWII seems to be taboo at least we hear an interesting fact mentioned. When one police officer pities Engelmann for having another murder case on his hands in only one week, he answers that this is not as bad as things were after the war in 1945 and 1946, where there used to be one or two murders a day! I never heard this anywhere else.
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