Erkan & Stefan gegen die Mächte der Finsternis

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Erkan & Stefan gegen die Mächte der Finsternis movie poster.

Movie (2002)
English title: Erkan & Stefan vs. the Forces of Evil / The Bunny Guards / The Wicked Force of Evil

John Friedmann (Erkan)
Florian Simbeck (Stefan)
Bettina Zimmermann (Tana)
Leon Boden (Dr. Basten)
Stephan Schulberg (Kartan)
Dietrich Hollinderbäumer (Prof. Johns)

A couple of slackers find an antique dagger and manage to free the gorgeous female warrior was imprisoned in it by an evil spell. An evil sorcerer is not happy by this turn of events and determines to possess both the blade and the warrior through a sacrificial ceremony. The two heroes manage to rescue the damsel in distress and defeat the wizard and his minions by employing skills mastered through hours of video game play.

Boeing 737-306 & Boeing 767-201/ER

Boeing 737-306 of KLM-Royal Dutch Airlines and Boeing 767-201/ER of US Airways.

Boeing 747-430

Far in the background, 2 tail fins of 747, between them another wide-body airliner from Lufthansa, not easily identifiable.

Boeing 747-430 of Lufthansa.

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