Single father Bob Holcomb, dissatisfied with his daughter JoJo's choice of partner, seizes an unexpected opportunity to bring her on a trip to Sweden in order for her to forget all thoughts on marriage. Confronted with liberal Swedish morals, he finds out that marriage might not be too bad an idea after all. Written by
Anders Andersson <andersa@DoCS.UU.SE>
If Blondes have more fun...then Sweden's got to be the funniest place on earth!
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Did You Know?
The Lufthansa Boeing 727-30 c/n 18364 D-ABIG used in this film had been involved in a hi-jacking on Oct. 29, 1972, from Beyrouth via Nicosia, Zagreb, bypassing Munich, circling over Nurnberg and returning to Zagreb, releasing the passengers and finally flying to Ankara. See more
When Kenny comes up to pick up Bob Halcomb on the motorbike, the shadows change drastically. As Kenny drives up, the shadows are short, like 10 or 11 am. As Bob is getting on the bike, they are long, like 7am. As they drive away, the shadows are short again. See more
You speak excellent English for a Swede.
Thank you! And you speak excellent English for an American.
Tell Me, Tell Me
Composed by Jimmie Haskell
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