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Tödliche Souvenirs 



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Episode credited cast:
Harald Krassnitzer Harald Krassnitzer ... Moritz Eisner
Roswitha Szyszkowitz Roswitha Szyszkowitz ... Stefanie Gschnitzer
Alexander Strobele Alexander Strobele ... Markus Kofler
Martin Walch Martin Walch ... Werner Kofler
Theo Rufinatscha Theo Rufinatscha ... Hans Kofler
Julia Gschnitzer Julia Gschnitzer ... Frau Kofler
Ludwig Dornauer Ludwig Dornauer ... Robert Stöckl
Philipp Hochmair ... Jan Becker
Dennenesch Zoudé ... Liz
Alexander Mitterer Alexander Mitterer ... Gendarm Purtscheller
Freya Trampert Freya Trampert ... Elke Immhoff
Paul Fieldhouse Paul Fieldhouse ... Holger Busse
Klaus Münster ... Fritz Heinermann
Ingrid Schoelderle Ingrid Schoelderle ... Lotte Heinermann
Rest of cast listed alphabetically:
Tobias Gramowski Tobias Gramowski


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22 June 2003 (Germany) See more »

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A weak entry
8 August 2007 | by slabihoudSee all my reviews

As a long time follower of the Tatort series with its many teams of police detectives it is hard to acknowledge that one of the weakest in years is also one from my home country Austria. There is only one single cop acting for all Ausrtia while there are so many teams of twos or threes in Germany. Therefor he has to be a special commissioner to be able to investigate all over the country. So far so good.

But this episode suffers for many reasons. First, the author Felix Mitterer, well known for his critical view on tourism and nationalism, cranked out a teleplay which is full of holes and which he reworked for another episode (Tödliche Habgier) in 2007. But the worst is the acting. Harald Krassnitzer is fine, but his female sidekick here is hard to swallow, and so is the killer. Some of the smaller parts are equally terrible. Amazingly, the next show with Krassnitzer turned out to be very good, so it looks as if the learned something!

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