Utta Danella (2000– )
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Der blaue Vogel, Teil 1 

While divorced Magnus Kamphoven tried to collect his daughter Christine 'Tine' from her ma Friederike, he accidentally kills her Italian lover, violinist Michele Tassi, and is locked away ... See full summary »

Director:

Dietmar Klein

Writers:

Christiane Sadlo, Utta Danella (based on the novel by) | 1 more credit »

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Cast

Episode cast overview, first billed only:
Annett Renneberg ... Christine 'Tine' Kamphoven
Dietmar Schönherr ... Jon Kamphoven
Alexandra Schiffer Alexandra Schiffer ... Mara Kamphoven
Timothy Peach Timothy Peach ... Oliver Jensen
Daniel Friedrich Daniel Friedrich ... Julian Jablonka
Gerd Silberbauer ... Magnus Kamphoven
Eva Maria Bauer Eva Maria Bauer ... Telse Henning
Jenny Marie Muck Jenny Marie Muck ... Winnie Henning (as Jenny-Marie Muck)
Oliver Bootz Oliver Bootz ... Gerhard Ehlers
Thomas Sarbacher Thomas Sarbacher ... Leo Runge
Franz Viehmann Franz Viehmann ... Helmuth Ehlers
Rüdiger Kuhlbrodt Rüdiger Kuhlbrodt ... Friedrich Bruhns
Eva Ebner Eva Ebner ... Geigenlehrerin
Wolfgang Völz Wolfgang Völz ... Horst Jensen
Julia Haacke Julia Haacke ... Friederike Kamphoven
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While divorced Magnus Kamphoven tried to collect his daughter Christine 'Tine' from her ma Friederike, he accidentally kills her Italian lover, violinist Michele Tassi, and is locked away in jail. His pa, Jon Kamphoven, raises Tine on his German stud-farm, Breedekamp. When Tine learns she has a half-sister, she gets Mara from Italy and arranges fro her violin talent to be cultivated. Life gets complicated when Tine insists to pursue her horse riding passion on a stallion descended from her ma's and several eligible males show interest in the sisters and Tine's brat-confident Winnie. Even ma's former home estate Dorotheenhof complicates matters. Written by KGF Vissers

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Drama | Romance

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Country:

Germany

Language:

German

Release Date:

29 December 2001 (Germany) See more »

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Stereo

Color:

Color

Aspect Ratio:

1.78 : 1
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