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Detective Lovelorn und die Rache des Pharao (2002)

A 3469 years old Pharaoh wants to destroy the world. Find him and blow him away. Childs play, one may think...

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Detective Lovelorn
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Bébé
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Pharaoh Thutmosis
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Prof. Svedenborg
Raffaello Kramm ...
Chebab, der härteste Folterknecht der Antike
Hans Peter Hallwachs ...
Prof. Throttle
Hans Diehl ...
Prof. Bovsky
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Sir Cecile Lumberton
Eduard Burza ...
Kröte
Josseline Glowacki ...
Ptah-Ana-Ha, dead daughter of Thutmosis
Alexander Schubert ...
Grabräuber
Reiner Heise ...
Orakelpriester
Ralph Herforth ...
Comissar LeBouche
Jonathan Kinsler ...
UNO - Generalsekretär
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A 3469 years old Pharaoh wants to destroy the world. Find him and blow him away. Childs play, one may think...

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30 January 2003 (Germany)  »

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€10,000,000 (estimated)
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Horst Buchholz's final film. See more »

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This one rocks big time!
23 January 2003 | by (Nuernberg, Germany) – See all my reviews

Well, what a surprise! A German B Movie and a good one. Whoever thought of that crazy idea to bring to the screen an entertaining B Movie. Supposedly the film was shot on a 800.000 Euro budget - whatever, it is probably a marketing lie, because the film looks more like 5 Million to me. Private Eye Lovelorn has to save the world from an evil and (of course) crazy Egyptian Pharao. Problem is: The P.I. has a split personality. Whenever he chases the bad guy, his other half appears in form of breathtaking beauty EVA HASSMANN as Bebe. She of course falls in love with the dude... To top the cast, the director dug up HORST BUCHHOLZ. He is something, playing a double Noble Prize winner. A chase inside a Pyramid tops the roller coaster of a movie. Total fun and games. Give me more.


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