Stahlnetz (1958–2002)
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Das Haus an der Stör 

Kommissar Roggenburg nimmt einen über 10 Jahre alten Mordfall an einem unbekannten Toten wieder auf. Während einer Zugfahrt zur Verhaftung des Mörders erzählt er seiner Assistentin den ... See full summary »

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Rudolf Platte ...
Kriminaloberkommissar Friedrich Roggenburg
Andrea Grosske ...
Elsa Johannson
Mady Rahl ...
Hildegard Noack
Richard Lauffen ...
Herr Noack
Harry Wüstenhagen ...
Emil Mankowitsch
Ernst H. Hilbich ...
Karl Richter jun. / Mann auf der Messe (voice)
Kurt Jaggberg ...
Beerdigungsunternehmer Fibich
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Frau mit Brille im Zug
Gerda-Maria Jürgens ...
Selma Kartuschke (as Gerda Maria Jürgens)
Helga Feddersen ...
Fräulein Hildegard Fette
Dorothea Moritz ...
Vermieterin
Hela Gruel ...
Frau Iversen
Christa Siems ...
Frau Schmidt
Otto Lüthje ...
Erwin Schmidt (as Otto Lütje)
Henry Vahl ...
Professor Bildt
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Kommissar Roggenburg nimmt einen über 10 Jahre alten Mordfall an einem unbekannten Toten wieder auf. Während einer Zugfahrt zur Verhaftung des Mörders erzählt er seiner Assistentin den Ablauf des Falles. Written by <mabuse@usa.net>

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26 May 1963 (West Germany)  »

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1.33 : 1
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Edited into Großes Herz und große Klappe - Helga Feddersen (2001) See more »

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My absolute favorite from the Stahlnetz series!
31 August 2005 | by (Austria) – See all my reviews

This is really a little masterpiece! It captures so much of the mood of the late 50's and early 60's in Germany. And the story telling is brilliant, clever use of breaks and flashbacks. And containing maybe Rudolf Platte's best role. The whole thing has an eerie feeling, one watches and cannot really believe what he sees. This is really a German crime film that is believable and intelligent and suspenseful! When I first saw it I did not see it from the beginning and had no idea what it is but after a few minutes I prayed that it will go on and on. And luckily it did, I had missed about 15 minutes. Afterwards I memorized the title to make sure to tape it next time it shows up.


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