Pipo schafft alle 1985

 
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Pipo schafft alle 1985
Materské znamienko (original title)
30min | TV Series (1985– ) | Comedy

Plot:

Pipo is looking forward to the holidays with Uncle Sirak. Before he takes care of the breed dog Silvo to supplement his pocket money. The setter has his own head and makes trouble. It gets even more exciting when Pipo wants to go by bike to Uncle Sirak’s land – with the dog.

 

Stars: Andrej Belak, Ivan Gogál, Ján Gresso
Country: Czechoslovakia
Language: Slovak
Release Date: 27 February 1989 (West Germany)
Also Known As: Ferien mit Silvo

Pipo schafft alle 1985 20

Materské znamienko (1985–)

30 min|N/A|27 Feb 1989
7.8Rating: 7.8 / 10 from 9 users
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10 reviews for Pipo schafft alle 1985

  1. Dennis (verified owner)

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  2. Anonymous (verified owner)

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    Have not received yet.

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    I would prefer to have subtitles in English.

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  10. Robert (verified owner)

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    My rating for this German television series is to be taken with a huge grain of salt since I don’t understand German and there are no subtitles (which I expected). Still, I enjoyed it and it appears really well done.

    The series follows a young boy who is amazingly resilient. Since it follows a boy (rather than adults) who gets into fairly obvious difficulties, the language barrier isn’t as big a deal as you might expect. There is certainly more going on that I would like to understand better, though. Especially since this seems to be a great series with an excellent focus and a great young actor. It makes me really wish that someone had a translation for it.

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