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Dead Fish

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Catawiki number: 7199627
Category: DVD / Video / Blu-ray
Title: Dead Fish
Original title:  
Series / hero: Dead Fish
Number in collection:  
Carrier / medium: DVD
Label / publisher: DFW - Dutch Film Works
Film studio: IMF, Mobius International, Orange Pictures
Release year medium:  
Release year movie: 2005
Genre: Action, Drama, Humor / comedy, Thriller
Director: Stadler, Charley
Producer: Bergstein, David, Deyle, Matthias, Maag, Dan, Schulz-Deyle, Philip
Scenario: Geiger, Thomas, Kreutner, Adam
Actor: Anaya, Elena, Barber, Frances, Bell, Cassandra, Bolton Lee, Anouska, Carlyle, Robert, Goldberg, Iddo, Healy, Julie, Hyu, Paul Courtenay, McNally, Kevin, Mistry, Jimi, Oldman, Gary, Pearson, John, Potts, Andrew Lee, Stamp, Terence, Zane, Billy
Composer: Cato, Andy
Playing time: 91
Number of discs / tapes:  
Region code: 2 (DVD): Europe, South Africa, Middle East
Item code/order number: 23960DDR00
Barcode: 8715664032305
Screen format: 16:9 widescreen
Sound format: Dolby Digital 5.1, DTS HD 5.1
Language on cover: Dutch
Spoken language: English
Language subtitles: Dutch
Colour / black and white: Colour
Version: In standard synthetic (such as Amaray) caseIcon-information
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Guest producer:  
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Submission date: 11-04-2018 23:25:08
Submitted by: Meints1981
Last updated on: 11-04-2018 23:25:38
Last updated by: Meints1981
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