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MYSTERY | AUSTRIA | GERMAN WITH ENGLISH SUBTITLES | TV-14
Police dog Rex investigates crime and solves mysteries on the streets of Vienna - protecting the innocent, catching criminals and stealing the occasional ham roll.
A bomb explodes in the heart of Vienna, killing a Russian secret agent. Directed by Hajo Gies, 1994.
A string of suspicious suicides occur inside a psychiatric ward. Directed by Detlef Rönfeldt, 1994.
Police are called to investigate a woman found hanging in the attic of an apartment building. Directed by Bodo Fürneisen, 1995.
A body is discovered in the park near Schönbrunn Palace - a young lady wearing only a fur coat and lingerie on a frigid Vienna day. Directed by Detlef Rönfeldt, 1994.
The owner of a local winery dies of a heart attack. Directed by Hajo Gies, 1994.
A bomb explodes in a toy store window, the third in a string of Gurmann teddy bear bombings. Directed by Oliver Hirschbiegel, 1995.
A prisoner makes a violent escape during a visit to the dentist. Directed by Detlef Rönfeldt, 1994.
A twelve-year-old girl is found dead near a popular walking trail. Directed by Oliver Hirschbiegel, 1995.
After the skull of the famous composer Beethoven is stolen, a local stone mason is found dead inside a coffin. Directed by Oliver Hirschbiegel, 1995.
A group of of eight young men and women meet every weekend in a deserted castle to take part in wild orgies. Directed by Bodo Fürneisen, 1995.
The body of an illegal immigrant is found in a dumpster at a rest stop outside of Vienna. Directed by Oliver Hirschbiegel, 1994.
Richard and Stocki are called to the apartment of an older woman where they find signs of a violent struggle. Directed by Oliver Hirschbiegel, 1994.
Sewage workers discover a bag containing the dismembered arms and legs of an adult male. Directed by Oliver Hirschbiegel, 1995.
Richard and Stocki arrest a Russian suspected of killing a nightclub owner. Directed by Wolfgang Dickmann, 1995.
In this exciting prequel, young Benny befriends a German Shepherd puppy named Rex. Directed by Oliver Hirschbiegel, 1997.