Immenhof (TV series)

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Starring Anneliese Uhlig
Claudia Rieschel
Erich Hallhuber
Country of origin Germany
No. of seasons2
No. of episodes20
Original releaseJanuary 1994 (1994-01) 
August 1995 (1995-08)

Immenhof is a German television series. The series featured a "pony ranch" from the Immenhof film series based on the novels by Ursula Bruns (born 1922).

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