Germany 1960 - Sydney and Nigel go to Germany to find a lost Elvis Presley guitar.





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Episode cast overview, first billed only:
William Colgate ...
George Hall
Howard Hoover ...
Steve Goodman
David Dunbar ...
Drunken GI
Richard Blackburn ...
Mr. Wilkinson
Young George
Pawnshop Owner
Kevin Milanese ...
Timm Zemanek ...
J. Craig Sandy ...
Guard (as Craig Sandy)
Philip Shepherd ...
Laundromat Manager (as Phillip Shepherd)


Germany 1960 - Sydney and Nigel go to Germany to find a lost Elvis Presley guitar.

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18 October 1999 (France)  »

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Snake charmer
30 March 2014 | by (Hamburg, Germany) – See all my reviews

Sydney Fox goes to Berlin in search of Elvis' guitar. He once gave it to George, a friend, as a present after a classic tavern brawl, but later it was lost. When Sydney and Nigel discover the current owner, he is not pleased and introduces them to his impressive collection of poisonous snakes...

The 'Berlin' shown in the episode must be some place inspired by East Berlin during the cold war, maybe around 1970, rather than the colorful cultural melting pot it had become in 1999. Let's assume the makers of the series haven't been there for a long, long time and the portrayal is dated. Lack of research aside, William Colgate gets a fantastic role as George, the elderly rock musician with a leather jacket, which makes the episode memorable.

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