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Alarm am See (1973)

A German TV movie about the stolen graphic "A Harlot's Progress" of William Hogarth, counted as 15th episode of the German TV crime series "Police call 110", but initially run without the title. Place of action is a sailing team.

Writers:

Gerhard Branstner (story), Hans Jürgen Faschina (story editor) (as Hans-Jürgen Faschina) | 2 more credits »

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Cast

Cast overview, first billed only:
Jürgen Frohriep Jürgen Frohriep ... Oberleutnant Jürgen Hübner
Karin Ugowski ... Leutnant Helga Lindt
Siegfried Weiß Siegfried Weiß ... Sander
Emil Karewicz ... Krenzel
Andreas Schmidt-Schaller ... Klaus Grabowski
Frank Obermann Frank Obermann ... Kurt Löwe
Berko Acker Berko Acker ... Jankow
Dieter Bellmann Dieter Bellmann ... Richard Friedel
Brigitte Scholz Brigitte Scholz ... Evi
Doris Schmude Doris Schmude ... Sportlerin
Manfred Zetzsche Manfred Zetzsche ... Dr. Elsholz
Irena Deadrick Irena Deadrick ... (as Irena Piotrowska)
Zdzislaw Salaburski Zdzislaw Salaburski ... Kern
Lothar Schellhorn Lothar Schellhorn ... Trainer
Paul Berndt Paul Berndt ... Mannschaftsleiter
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A German TV movie about the stolen graphic "A Harlot's Progress" of William Hogarth, counted as 15th episode of the German TV crime series "Police call 110", but initially run without the title. Place of action is a sailing team.

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Genres:

Crime

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Country:

East Germany

Language:

German

Release Date:

15 April 1973 (East Germany) See more »

Also Known As:

Polizeiruf 110: Alarm am See See more »

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Mono
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Trivia

After completion, the film appeared too lengthy, sometimes confusing and not very exciting. He was revised and shortened several times. However basic creative flaws could not be eliminated. The film premiered on April 15, 1973 in the first program of the GDR television, but not as part of the series Polizeiruf 110, for which it was originally produced. Rather, he was sent in a 54 minutes unusually short version without the Polizeiruf 110 titles in the afternoon program. Crucial to the decision to remove the film from the series Polizeiruf 110 were ultimately the concerns about the technical and artistic quality of the film. Years later the movie was added to the official Polizeiruf 110 send card of the GDR television as episode number 15 of the series. The first broadcast remained the only broadcast on GDR television. The first re-run was seen on MDR television in October 2001, now part of the series Polizeiruf 110 with its series opening credits. See more »

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Spun-off from Polizeiruf 110 (1971) See more »

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