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Swedish Punks (1962)

Raggargänget (original title)
A group of Swedish hot-rod teenagers meet every night in a local café. Berra and Kritan are the bad guys, always messing things up for themselves and everyone else.

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Berra
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Kritan
Maude Adelson ...
Kristina Kallgren
Britt Damberg ...
Mona Kallgren
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Managing director Oskar Kallgren
Carli Tornehave ...
Bosse
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Olle
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Girl
Solveig Ternström ...
Young woman (as Solveig Tärnström)
Mona Andersson ...
Maggan
Morgan Andersson ...
Svenne (as Sven Morgan Andersson)
Lars Göran Carlsson ...
Lillen
Thor Hartman ...
Nisse
Arthur Fischer ...
Ström
Ingrid Olofson ...
Girl
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A group of Swedish hot-rod teenagers meet every night in a local café. Berra and Kritan are the bad guys, always messing things up for themselves and everyone else.

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De hade ungdomens heta begär på livet och fartens extas i blodet!!!!

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6 October 1962 (Sweden)  »

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A real Swedish turkey classic!
11 August 1998 | by See all my reviews

This total flop is probably the best-known Swedish turkey. It's Ragnar Frisk's (director of the Åsa-Nisse movies) scuba-diving into the world of 'hot -rod teenagers' (couldn't find a better translation, 'raggare' seems to be kind of a local Swedish concept), and if you've seen some Åsa-Nisse movies I guess you can imagine what this one is like. It's stuffed with hot-rod teenagers who talk like 50-year-olds, teens who get drunk on Coca Cola (I swear! They really do!), painfully bad acting, unnecessary and really bad song numbers and unintentional laughs. And of course a totally uncalled-for ("let's go bathing!") rear nudity scene. As if this wasn't enough, it's also Ernst-Hugo Järegård's movie debut! His threatening "Sssstick!" is classic. I COULD imagine a better way to start a long movie career. To cut it short; if you've ever wondered if there are any worse Swedish movies than the Åsa-Nisse ones, you don't need to wonder anymore. To quote some other review; these youths are misunderstood - by the director! This is great fun for a Bad Movie freak, like me.


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