The Grump is a man from the past. A man who knows that everything used to be so much better in the old days. Pretty much everything that's been done after 1953 has always managed to ruin ... See full summary »
Scriptwriter Reino Helismaa was already fed up with the Pekka and Pätkä characters and originally wrote this story for characters called Julius and Jallu. Producer T.J. Särkkä didn't like these new characters and demanded the characters to be changed. And so was done and therefor this is the only Pekka Puupää film, which does not feature Siiri Angerkoski's notorious Justiina character. See more »
The writer of Pekka&Pätkä-movies, Reino Helismaa, was going to bring new characters for the comedy duo who played Pekka and Pätkä, but the greedy producer decided that this script will be shot as a Pekka&Pätkä-movie, that it will make profit for sure. In the plot, Pekka&Pätkä are inventors, who mix up with thiefes, and finally end up in a movie about "Superman" (!!!). Yes, the DC-comic character. The makers didn't have a clue, what the word "copyright" means, I guess. Haves only few laughs, and the clock, which will ring, when somebody is lying, brings out a couple of jokes.
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