Stockinger (1996–1997)
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Salzburger Kugeln 

Director:

Jörg Grünler

Writers:

Friedemann Schulz, Peter Hajek (based on a character created by) | 1 more credit »
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Cast

Episode complete credited cast:
Karl Markovics ... Ernst Stockinger
Sandra Cervik ... Antonella Simoni
Anja Schiller Anja Schiller ... Dr. Karin Stockinger
Herbert Fux ... Michael Fuchs
Hans-Peter Heinzl Hans-Peter Heinzl ... Brunner (as Hans Peter Heinzl)
Elisabeth Trissenaar ... Frau Fehling
Peter Fitz Peter Fitz ... Philipp Baldinger
André Hennicke ... Bandura
Werner Haindl Werner Haindl ... Herr Fehling
Karl Friedrich Karl Friedrich ... Verkäufer
Wolf Bachofner ... Peter Höllerer
Gerhard Zemann Gerhard Zemann ... Dr. Leo Graf
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Genres:

Comedy | Crime

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Country:

Austria

Language:

German

Release Date:

24 October 1996 (Austria) See more »

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Sound Mix:

Mono

Color:

Color

Aspect Ratio:

1.33 : 1
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Stockinger ... The Best of Kommisar Rex
20 January 2005 | by carsten-benderSee all my reviews

In my assumption on of the best spin-offs from a TV series ever made. Taking the most interesting character from famous TV detective story "Kommisar Rex" it give the excellent Austrian actor Karl Markovics the room to develop a humorous character. Markovics is supported by the complementary characters of Antonella Simoni (Sandra Cervik) trying to play a tough police officer, Dr. Brunner (Hans-Peter Heinzl) providing worldly wisdom and Michael Fuchs (Herbert Fox) as police sergeant. Nothing in case you like action based TV shows, but another highlight of the "Austrian Style of Detectives".

Unfortunately for the audience Karl Markovics decides to concentrate on theater work ending a great series at the peak level.


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