Emilie Richards - The Magic of New Zealand Trailer

Emilie Richards - The Magic of New Zealand Trailer (2011)

16 October 2011 Drama 90 mins

A German TV drama

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Cast

Oliver Mommsen

as Duncan Sinclair

Elisabeth Trissenaar

as Melissa Sinclair

Klaus Wildbolz

as Angus Clark

Tessa Mittelstaedt

as Mara Turner

Crew

International Releases Dates

Germany 16 October 2011

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05 May 2011

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11 June 2011

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14 September 2011

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Hugo Trailer (2011)

22 November 2011

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In Time Trailer (2011)

27 October 2011

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11 May 2011

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15 March 2011

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Killer Joe Trailer (2011)

10 September 2011

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Kung Fu Panda 2 Trailer (2011)

25 May 2011

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Horrible Bosses Trailer (2011)

08 July 2011

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Ghost Rider: Spirit of Vengeance Trailer (2011)

10 December 2011

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