History Trivia / DerSchatzImSilbersee

21st Apr '16 11:35:22 AM Morgenthaler
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* FakeNationality: Somewhat subverted, as many characters actually are German immigrants to the US. But obviously Lex Barker, Pierre Brice, and the Yugoslavian extras playing the Indians.
* HeyItsThatGuy: The Colonel is played by [[ThePinkPanther Inspector Dreyfus]]; incidentally, Czech-born Herbert Lom spoke German fluently and did not have to be dubbed. Also, Karin Dor went on to star in ''You Only Live Twice'' and ''Topaz'' and Ralf Wolter in ''One, Two, Three''. Karin Dor stars as a completely different character in ''Literature/{{Winnetou}} II''.

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* FakeNationality: Somewhat subverted, as many characters actually are German immigrants to the US. But obviously Lex Barker, Pierre Brice, and the Yugoslavian extras playing the Indians.
* HeyItsThatGuy: The Colonel is played by [[ThePinkPanther Inspector Dreyfus]]; incidentally, Czech-born Herbert Lom spoke German fluently and did not have to be dubbed. Also, Karin Dor went on to star in ''You Only Live Twice'' and ''Topaz'' and Ralf Wolter in ''One, Two, Three''. Karin Dor stars as a completely different character in ''Literature/{{Winnetou}} II''.
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13th Feb '12 1:04:43 PM SeptimusHeap
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* FakeBrit: Eddi Arent as Lord Castlepool.
* FakeNationality: Somewhat subverted, as many characters actually are German immigrants to the US. But obviously Lex Barker, Pierre Brice, and the Yugoslavian extras playing the Indians.
* HeyItsThatGuy: The Colonel is played by [[ThePinkPanther Inspector Dreyfus]]; incidentally, Czech-born Herbert Lom spoke German fluently and did not have to be dubbed. Also, Karin Dor went on to star in ''You Only Live Twice'' and ''Topaz'' and Ralf Wolter in ''One, Two, Three''. Karin Dor stars as a completely different character in ''Literature/{{Winnetou}} II''.
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