The Salzburg Connection (1972)

PG   |    |  Crime, Drama, Mystery

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A list of agents and collaborators, hidden by the Nazis in an Austrian lake in 1945, is sought after by various interested parties during the Cold War.


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3 November 2019 | RodrigAndrisan
Very bad!
I had very high expectations from this production. The presence of the super beautiful Anna Karina, of the charming Barry Newman from the spectacular "Vanishing Point" and "Fear Is the Key", then Wolfgang Preiss from the exceptional Mabuse series, the presence of Miss California Karen Jensen, Nazi mysteries and Salzburg as the place of action... But, everything was revealed from the first minutes and continued until the end: a total failure! A story no one believes in. If the Nazis had made a list of those who collaborated with them, they certainly would not have been in a metal box at the bottom of a mountain lake in a tourist area of Austria. And Klaus Maria Brandauer is false and the same in all his films.

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