60 years since the filming of the "The Third man"

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60 years since the filming of the "The Third man"
Date of Issue: 2 September 2009
Country: Austria
Denominations: 0.65 EUR


The story takes place in Vienna after the Second World War. The city is divided into five zones, one administered by each of the occupying forces, the USA, the Soviet Union, France and the United Kingdom, and one international zone administered by all four jointly. The black market is flourishing, and anyone who resists the gangs of black marketeers ends up in the Danube. One of the most famous scenes of this exciting thriller full of surprises is without doubt the impressive chase through the entire movie.

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