Der grüne Bogenschütze (1961)

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An English businessman comes home to London, only to find visitors to his home being killed by arrows from "the Green Archer."


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  • Karin Dor in Der grüne Bogenschütze (1961)
  • Karin Dor in Der grüne Bogenschütze (1961)

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29 April 2018 | trimbolicelia
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| The Green Archer (1961)
Not bad early 60's black-and-white West German-made, English-dubbed Edgar Wallace thriller/mystery. A rather convoluted story which I won't go into because, though I finally understood it, it's rather too involved to go into. Needless to say the bad guys ultimately lose and the good guys win. The Sinister Cinema DVD-R is very good quality, probably the best that will ever be available. Recommended for Edgar Wallace

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