Hasselhoff und sein Lichtschwert


Ja, es ist David Hasselhoff. Ja, es ist ein Laserschwert. Ja, es sieht furchtbar aus. Ja, ich liebe es.

(Youtube DirektHasselTheHoff, via)

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  1. jAnsen

    da sieht the hoff fast ein wenig wie jared leto aus (oder umgekehrt). macht wahrscheinlich der eyeliner…

  2. Marcel

    haha ist das geil schlecht :D

  3. Peter Noster

    Star Crash – den habe ich sogar mal in voller Länge gesehen. Super Italo Star Wars Rip-Off

  4. Eay

    Meine Güte, das ist doch nit deren Ernst, oder?

  5. caliban

    Star Crash?
    Nie gehört.. wie geil ist das denn….

  6. der.Grob

    mein gott. wie geil wäre denn bitteschön star wars geworden, wenn david hasselhoff luke gespielt hätte?

  7. Jens

    star crash habe ich damals (1978 dürfte das gewesen sein) sogar ganz normal im kino gesehen. der hatte mir damals sogar gefallen, aber ich war ja auch erst 10. raumschiffe, roboter, eine hauptdarstelerin mit kaum was an. das hat schon gereicht, um einen film gut zu finden…

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    i never wanted this to end


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