Jerry Cotton - Der Tod im roten Jaguar

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Jerry Cotton - Der Tod im roten Jaguar movie poster.

Movie (1968)
English title: Death in the Red Jaguar

Starring:
George Nader (Jerry Cotton)
Heinz Weiss (Phil Decker)
Daniela Surina (Ria Payne)
Friedrich Schütter (Mr. Clark)
Carl Lange (Dr. Saunders)
Giuliano Raffaelli (Francis Gordon)

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