Der Mann mit dem Glasauge (1969)

PG   |    |  Crime, Drama


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A pool-hall is used as the front for a white slavery ring.


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15 August 2007 | unbrokenmetal
Probably Horst Tappert's best Wallace movie
Merely a few months after "Der Gorilla von Soho", Horst Tappert returned as Inspector Perkins in "Der Mann mit dem Glasauge". The second movie is clearly better scripted than the first and much more exciting. Perkins is this time chasing a gang who trades drugs and girls between England and South America. Much to the dislike of his boss, Sir Arthur, Perkins suspects members of the high society to be involved. Sir Arthur (Hubert von Meyerinck) has a couple of rather silly scenes in the movie which in my opinion are not as convincing as those in several films of his predecessor Siegfried Schürenberg, or maybe the police chief with certain weaknesses simply became a formula that had been used too often. The versatile performance by Karin Hübner (mostly a theater and TV actress) as Yvonne must be mentioned, ranging from cold and calculating to crazy with love. All in all, "Der Mann mit dem Glasauge" is one of the better color movies of the Wallace series and probably Horst Tappert's best.

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Plot Summary


Genres

Crime | Drama

Details

Release Date:

21 February 1969

Language

German


Country of Origin

West Germany

Filming Locations

Soho, London, England, UK

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