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Käpt'n Hook 

Retired city cop Hauke Jacobs starts a new career as veterinarian in Ostsee small port town Schwanitz, where he bough a home boat. The only local vet dies from a suicidal car-dive in the ... See full summary »

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Marc Brummund

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Episode complete credited cast:
Hinnerk Schönemann Hinnerk Schönemann ... Hauke Jacobs
Henny Reents ... Lona Vogt
Marleen Lohse ... Jule Christiansen
Tambet Tuisk ... Viktors Berzins
Jan Henrik Stahlberg Jan Henrik Stahlberg ... Matthias Keller
Peter Prager ... Reimar Vogt
David Bredin David Bredin ... Thorsten Riemann
Nastassja Hahn Nastassja Hahn ... Anna Kusmin (as Nastassja Revvo)
Emma Drogunova Emma Drogunova ... Ieva Petrow
Hannes Stelzer Hannes Stelzer ... Jan Johannsen
Cem-Ali Gültekin ... Mehmet Ösker
Jan Peter Heyne Jan Peter Heyne ... Max Wildhagen
Ole Fischer Ole Fischer ... Hinnerk
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Retired city cop Hauke Jacobs starts a new career as veterinarian in Ostsee small port town Schwanitz, where he bough a home boat. The only local vet dies from a suicidal car-dive in the canal before Hauke's eyes at arrival, despite local 'chief' cop Lona Vogt after him. So unconventional, in-living practice assistant Jule Christiansen is hired as Hauke takes over the patients. Beach-strolling, Jacob discovers a stranded fishing boat, aboard of which are parrot Käpt'n Hook and two corpses, the first in the (Lübeck) area in decades. Drowning in inexperience, Vogt commandeers reluctant Hauke's expertise. The case turns international: two Latvian ferry passengers are reported missing, in fact au pair-girls tracked down by human traffickers Matthias Keller and Viktors Berzins and hiding with local widower farmer Thorsten Riemann, being observed by Turkish tramp Mehmet Ösker. Written by KGF Vissers

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abuse | dog | kidnapping | beating | beach | See All (13) »

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Country:

Germany

Language:

German

Release Date:

6 November 2014 (Germany) See more »

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