Stahlnetz (1958–2002)
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Nacht zum Ostersonntag 

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Episode complete credited cast:
Herbert Tiede ...
Kriminaloberkommissar Pleiken
Gerhard Hartig ...
Kriminalmeister Pölchau
Ossy Kolmann ...
Kriminalbeamter Boysen (as Ossi Kolmann)
Günther Stoll ...
Kriminalbeamter Freilichgrath (as Günter Stoll)
Jochen Rathmann
Otto Bolesch ...
Kriminalmeister Hamann
Peter Herzog ...
Kriminalobermeister Prott
Harry Wüstenhagen ...
Kriminalbeamter Scharf
Doris Masjos ...
Beate
Kerstin De Ahna ...
Claudia Petersen (as Kerstin de Ahna)
Jürgen Draeger ...
Martin Pustier
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8 December 1965 (West Germany)  »

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Another gem from the Stahlnetz series
31 August 2005 | by (Austria) – See all my reviews

This is another gem from Jürgen Roland's famous Stahlnetz series. Although the style is very dated, crime stories with voice-over who act like documentaries, it still has its merits. And it does show a lot of the life ordinary people lived at that particular time in Germany.

It is interesting though, that, while taking place in Germany, some Austrian actors appear in key roles, for example Kurt Jaggberg, who can be seen in four different episodes, most of the time as a police officer. Here it is Ossy Kolmann as a cop. In this entry there is a scene where a drunken woman cannot be awakened. When he mentions the use of a bucketful of water some other person asks him if he should do it. At this point he turns almost directly to the camera and quips that he doesn't do it otherwise people would continue to think Austrians are always the tougher Nazis!

This joke is in as much interesting because it is also one of the extremely rare moments when the not so long ago infamous past of Germany and Austria is mentioned at all. I think there is only one or two other incidents where the word Nazi can be heard.


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