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Fridtjof Nansen (Character)
from "The Last Place on Earth" (1985)

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Fridtjof Nansen (1861-1930) was a Norwegian explorer... See more »
Alternate Names:
Nansen / Voice of Nansen


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  1. "Harry & Charles"
        - Episode #1.3 (2009) TV episode, Played by Hallvard Holmen
        - Episode #1.2 (2009) TV episode, Played by Hallvard Holmen
        - Episode #1.1 (2009) TV episode, Played by Hallvard Holmen
  2. "Voyages of Discovery"
        - The Ice King (2006) TV episode, Played by Brynjar Stautland / Geir Kellen (as Voice of Nansen)

  3. Frozen Heart (1999) Played by Espen Skjønberg (as Nansen)
    ... aka "Frosset hjerte" - Norway (original title)

  4. "The Last Place on Earth"
        - Minor Diversions (1985) TV episode, Played by Max von Sydow
        - Rejoice (1985) TV episode, Played by Max von Sydow
        - Poles Apart (1985) TV episode, Played by Max von Sydow
  5. The Flight of the Eagle (1982) Played by Knut Husebø (as Nansen)
    ... aka "Ingenjör Andrées luftfärd" - Sweden (original title)
  6. Voyage to the End of the Earth (1981) (TV) Played by Knut Wigert

  7. Bare et liv - historien om Fridtjof Nansen (1968) Played by Knut Wigert

  8. The Giant of Norway (1939) Played by Lumsden Hare
    ... aka "Passing Parade No. 7: The Giant of Norway" - USA (series title)

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From "The Last Place on Earth: Poles Apart (#1.1)" (1985)
Fridtjof Nansen: I've always found it unwise to underestimate the British.
Roald Amundsen: Why? Experience teaches them only one thing: that they are British, and therefore pre-eminent. But Nature is deaf to such things: she cannot hear the tunes of glory.
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