Polizeifunk ruft (1966–1970)

TV Series   |    |  Crime, Drama

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Police radio calls crime series.



  • Karl-Heinz Hess in Polizeifunk ruft (1966)
  • Harald Juhnke and Karin Lieneweg in Polizeifunk ruft (1966)
  • Eckart Dux in Polizeifunk ruft (1966)
  • Benno Hoffmann and Volkert Kraeft in Polizeifunk ruft (1966)
  • Polizeifunk ruft (1966)
  • Polizeifunk ruft (1966)

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18 December 2009 | SMK-4
| realistic police drama
This TV series, transmitted between 5 and 7 in the early evening slot on the ARD, was a fairly accurate reflection of actual police work at the time. The action content was ever so slightly revved up for entertainment purposes, and each episode had a self-contained story, but other than that it does not feel too far removed from reality TV. Apparently there was indeed some collaboration with Hamburg's police, and - probably not entirely unconnected to that - the odd episode here and there feels like a police education video.

Several episodes were filmed outside Germany, in France and Japan, on the pretext of a police exchange programme (we always keep our leading man), and these episodes have aged much more badly than the rest of the series.

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Plot Summary


Crime | Drama


Release Date:

5 December 1966


French, Japanese, German

Country of Origin

Canada, France, Germany, Japan, West Germany

Filming Locations

Hamburg, Germany

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