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GERMAN VHS - ANY INFO?
Topic Started: Dec 31 2008, 06:33 AM (415 Views)
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Any info from the German VHS below? I search it in databases without success, maybe because my computer cannot type German letters. Ebay seller doesn't communicate at all, and his description only says: "Finland, 1986".

Looks it may be a child/family fantasy film but I'm not sure...Is it rare?
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should be this movie:

http://www.imdb.com/title/tt0091449/

can't tell whether the tape is rare, but, being a late-80s release, it certainly isn't that collectable...
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Finnish movie "Lumikuningatar" (Snow Queen)with German dub and it's also cut.
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It must be that one, thanx again!
I also thought it was not rare, but look how much he sells it :angry:
http://cgi.ebay.com/ws/eBayISAPI.dll?ViewI...em=290279936959
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Probably a movie that a lot of children watched back in the days and they want to see it again after all these years. Nostalgia sells.
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Btw, if you want to see it, get the Finnish dvd. Comes with English subs. Posted Image
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Really? Thanx! Sounds logical to have a local release, but I don't think I will get it anyway. But thanx for the info my friend!
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If you decide to buy it, don't pay more than 5-10 euros, it's a very common dvd.
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