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Sjov i gaden (1969)



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Cast overview, first billed only:
Peter Jensen
Winnie Mortensen ...
Ove Sprogøe ...
Willy Rathnov ...
Karl Stegger ...
Bagermester Jacobsen
Carl Ottosen ...
Lotte Horne ...
Birgit Sadolin ...
Faster Anna
Arne Møller ...
Kurt Andersen ...
Ernst Meyer ...
Poul Bundgaard ...
Fordrukken mand i opgang
Bodil Udsen ...
Hans sure kone
Inger Gleerup ...
Ekspeditrice i stormagasin
Poul Glargaard ...


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1 August 1969 (Denmark)  »

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Fun in the Streets  »

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And it did actually hold unexpected promise...
2 January 2011 | by See all my reviews

A gang transport drugs with a little girl, and two men try to... you know, I'm not entirely sure. Well, I am, but since this decides to not reveal it until the last third, it might count as a spoiler. There is way too much plot early on, it takes you time to figure out what the heck is going on at all, it's as if they expect you to know who these people(who you don't completely know until near the end) are ahead of time... granted that once you do follow this, it's good, they don't really mess with it. Right from the difficult-to-read opening credits(white text over windows with light in them), you can tell that this wasn't well-planned. This was probably made because Dyrlægens Plejebørn, with the same matchup, did well(...not that I could explain why). While the first half is good, the second gets to be too goofy(and one portion is so poorly edited that you can barely tell what direction a chase is going), and this is quite confusing near the climax. The music tries too hard and the title doesn't really have any double meaning. Winnie is charming, sweet, and she remembered lines. That's why she was ever cast in anything. And she does work well with Dirch, who gets to use facial expressions, physical and verbal comedy... all that he does best; in fact, everyone in this get to do what we love to see them do. Bundgaard is whipped in a tiny role. Sprogøe shines as a criminal his furious temper with flute-playing(!). This silly little piece moves fast, the misunderstandings tend to work, and a lot of the way, it is very funny. It doesn't last for the full 85 minutes. I recommend this to fans of our early farces. 5/10

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