A comedy mystery involving the composer and cartoonist Hubert Yrhage, the journalist Gary Lundberg, anti cartoon campaigner Lena Lett, the mysterious Jens Myskovich and music publisher ... See full summary »

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Povel Ramel ...
Hubert Yrhage
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Lena Lett
Sven Lindberg ...
Gary Lundberg
Douglas Håge ...
Darling Karlsson
Georg Rydeberg ...
Jens Myskovich
Carl-Gustaf Lindstedt ...
Tyko Kölstav
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Malou Hjorthage
Lissi Alandh ...
Lillan Persson-Quist
Olle Pettersson ...
Jan Järpe
Marianne Löfgren ...
Juttan Järpe
Elsa Prawitz ...
Sylvia Blidfjell
Curt Löwgren ...
Gull Natorp ...
Beda
Signe Wirff ...
Anna
Olof Sandborg ...
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A comedy mystery involving the composer and cartoonist Hubert Yrhage, the journalist Gary Lundberg, anti cartoon campaigner Lena Lett, the mysterious Jens Myskovich and music publisher Darling Karlsson. Yrhage receives his manuscripts from an 11 year-old whose inspiration comes from the mysterious events at a boarding house where several of the characters stay. Written by Mattias Thuresson

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3 September 1955 (Sweden)  »

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Hopla!  »

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A light hearted comedy abut the ordeals of a Comic Writer.
25 April 2002 | by (Göteborg, Sweden) – See all my reviews

This is plain cult. Hardly showed in TV or at cinema, it has been seen by very, very few.

For any non-Swede the cast must be a jumble of unknown personalities. For any Swede it is the brightest mixture of good old comedy from the 50;s.

Lots of songs and dancing... Lots of horrible jokes... and just the slightest touch of satire with it's edge against the silent majority in the 50;s, those who wanted to prevent anyone from reading comics. But also a satire edged against the past popular music with all it's low quality lyrics. Listen for the beautiful song "Sätt Tulpaner i mossa till mor" or in English "Put some tulips in moss for you mom".

Just as horrible as it sounds.

See it... you never will forget it.


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