The young, italian stud Franco comes to Munich to earn some money for his family in Italy. But soon he explores the womankind. And besides his affairs he finds a new friend, George, a sex film producer.
German TV film, also shown on Spanish TV in 1976, this is a film all about TD which includes informal interviews and concert/studio footage, most of which seems to have been done exclusively for the film. The interviews are in the German language. The street name in the title refers to where Edgar Froese used to live in Berlin (apparently Klaus Schulze lived on the same street at the time) and is now the site of the TDI offices.
A short documentary directed by Karl Deschauer.
Stump the Schwab is an American game show that aired on ESPN Classic. The show ran from July 8, 2004 to September 29, 2006 and featured three contestants trying to stump Howie Schwab, who was the first statistician ESPN ever had. Stuart Scott was the show's host. The show also appeared on Canada's The Score Television Network. Each episode of the show had three rounds, "Leading Off", a second round that featured a different game each time, and "The Schwab Showdown." After each of the first two rounds, the contestant with the lowest score was eliminated.