Kessler

Season 1 Episode 4

Episode 4

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Aired Unknown Dec 04, 1981 on BBC
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Episode 4
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In Paraguay Kessler meets some former Nazi leaders, including the infamous Dr Mengele, whom he despises. His daughter Ingrid doesn't put much trust in the old guard and plots to take over the Kameradenwerke.

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    Oscar Quitak

    Oscar Quitak

    Mengele

    Guest Star

    Guy Rolfe

    Guy Rolfe

    Don Julian Yqueras

    Guest Star

    John Moreno

    John Moreno

    Garriga

    Guest Star

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    • TRIVIA (1)

      • At the time this episode was made, the world didn't know yet that the real Joseph Mengele had died in 1979. His death was only confirmed in 1985.

    • QUOTES (4)

      • Ruckert: You used not to be so squeamish.


        Kessler: Not so. I've always held that the end justifies the means. But Mengele was merely a butcher for his own perverted amusement.

      • Mengele: I have no children, as you know. I would like to haven given life.


        Kessler: The world is full enough, Mengele. Besides, the deficit you created more than enough compensates for credit entries in the Great Book of Life, does it not?

      • Ingrid: With 48 billion Deutschmark we can make ourselves felt in the world.


        Don Julian: And who exactly is this we?


        Ingrid: You know exactly who we are. And you know that your own interests are better served by supporting us than by these old men who talk of letting off fireworks on the way to the grave, but no longer have the inclination.

      • Bauer: Here I am playing cowboy and Indian in the desert in the middle of Paraguay, with a pretty ex-soldier from the Israeli army. It isn't the usual life of a civil servant, is it?

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