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Harald Schmidt vs. Stefan Raab

Harald Schmidt vs. Stefan Raab

Harald Schmidt vs. Stefan Raab (2001) Episode 1.02- Celebrity Deathmatch Hits Germany Cartoon Episode Guide

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  • Distributed by: MTV Deutschland
  • Cartoon Characters: Harry Huber.
  • Directed By Tine Kluth.
  • Produced By Florian Kppler.
  • Animated By Ralf Bohde.
  • First Aired on June 21, 2001.
  • Originally Aired on MTV Deutschland MTV Deutschland.
  • Running Time: 1:30 minute.
  • Germany  Germany

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This version of the MTV claymation series "Celebrity Deathmatch" was broadcast in German. All 11 episodes aired in one evening on...  (more)

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