Pfarrer Braun (2003– )
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Kur mit Schatten 

Luxurious bishop Hemmelrath urgently needs more income, but the new electronic donation system isn't yielding serious money. The only exception is a female donor in father Braun's new ... See full summary »

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Episode cast overview, first billed only:
Ottfried Fischer Ottfried Fischer ... Pfarrer Guido Braun
Hansi Jochmann ... Margot Roßhauptner
Antonio Wannek ... Armin Knopp
Peter Heinrich Brix ... Kommissar Geiger
Hans-Michael Rehberg ... Bischof Hemmelrath
Gilbert von Sohlern ... Priester Mühlich
Eleonore Weisgerber ... Sonja Hansen / Christa Menges
Gunter Berger Gunter Berger ... Leo Meschkat
Klaudiusz Kaufmann Klaudiusz Kaufmann ... Stanislaw Kowalsky
Nicki von Tempelhoff Nicki von Tempelhoff ... Wiktor Radziwill
Monika Peitsch ... Carmen Schäffling
Tilo Prückner ... Dr. Valentin
Heike Schroetter Heike Schroetter ... Lilly Teichgräber
Gesche Tebbenhoff Gesche Tebbenhoff ... Utta Verhoven
Margret Völker
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Luxurious bishop Hemmelrath urgently needs more income, but the new electronic donation system isn't yielding serious money. The only exception is a female donor in father Braun's new parish, a fashionable spa near the Polish border. Vicar Mühlich identifies her as an industry heiress using a fake name and is dispatched to help Braun get half a million Euros out of her. In the spa, petty ex-con Klaas Wittek is killed during a nightly motorbike ride by a hidden cable. Commissioner Geiger has to handle the case jointly with his Polish colleague Stanislaw Kowalsky, as the bike was stolen in Poland. Later, Lithuanian aristocratic playboy Wiktor Radziwill is murdered in Leo Meschkat's luxury spa hotel, by trowing one of Dr. Valentin's lethal Australian jellyfishes in his bath, just after his infidelity was overheard. Written by KGF Vissers

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Germany

Language:

German

Release Date:

8 April 2010 (Germany) See more »

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