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Wilde Engel (2002)

Three very different women join forces to fight against crime.

Director:

Sigi Rothemund (as Siegfried Rothemund)

Writers:

Timo Berndt, David De Souza (storyline consultant)
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Cast

Cast overview, first billed only:
Birgit Stauber ... Christina 'Chris' Rabe
Susann Uplegger Susann Uplegger ... Franziska Borgardt
Eva Habermann ... Lena Heitmann
Filip Peeters ... Martin Grossmann
Michael Hanemann Michael Hanemann ... Wilhelm Heitmann
László I. Kish ... Körber
Joachim Nimtz Joachim Nimtz ... Bortel
Niels-Bruno Schmidt ... Micha
Jörg Annen Jörg Annen ... Viktor Gerber
Christian Beuter Christian Beuter ... Mike
Jürgen Haug Jürgen Haug
Detlef Kapplusch Detlef Kapplusch
Hartmut Neuber Hartmut Neuber
Fritz Stavenhagen Fritz Stavenhagen
Robert Spitz Robert Spitz
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Three very different women join forces to fight against crime.

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Genres:

Action

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Country:

Germany

Language:

German

Release Date:

28 February 2002 (Germany) See more »

Also Known As:

Mindent bele, angyalok! See more »

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Sound Mix:

Stereo

Color:

Color
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three super good looking women take on scum of the earth
20 January 2006 | by scarlegsSee all my reviews

great series with great acting by tree super good looking women.

absolutely no cheap Charlie's angels knock off.

just something that has a few things that Charlie's angels got to. meaning those super good looking women just like in Charlie's angels but the plot is different and it's governmental. because the BKA is the German FBI. with some times a twist to the CIA like actions. as i remember the series Charie's angels was a private eye kind of plot. any one with a good name could hire the angels in Charlie's. but these angels are only working for the government of Germany. it be off the record of course but still the government is there boss. so its a good series and movie. not forgetting the gorges women


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