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Song of Norway (1970)

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Toralv Maurstad ...
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Nina Hagerup
Christina Schollin ...
Therese Berg
Frank Porretta ...
Harry Secombe ...
Bioernstjerne Bjoernson
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Berg
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Krogstad
Elizabeth Larner ...
Mrs. Bjoernson
Oskar Homolka ...
Engstrand
Frederick Jaeger ...
Henry Gilbert ...
Richard Wordsworth ...
Bernard Archard ...
George Nordraak
John Barrie ...
Mr. Hagerup
Wenche Foss ...
Mrs. Hagerup
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A song for the heart to sing...for the world to love!


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4 November 1970 (USA)  »

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A Canção da Noruega  »

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One of the inspirations for the lyrics in David Bowie's 'Life on Mars' track (his one-time girlfriend Hermione Farthingale had a small part in the movie). See more »

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Referenced in Strauss and Vienna: On Location: The Great Waltz (1972) See more »

Soundtracks

Solitary Wanderer
Music by Edvard Grieg
Music Adaptation and Lyrics by Chet Forrest (as George Forrest) and Bob Wright (as Robert Wright)
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The destitute man's "Sound of Music."
18 April 2000 | by (Norfolk, VA, USA) – See all my reviews

Adjectives fail this film. "Dreadful" isn't enough. "Awful" seems mild. "Stupifyingly bad" can't convey the experience of it, either. If you are familiar with the poet Helen Steiner Rice, imagine one of her poems set to film and you will begin to dimly grasp how bad, how truly bad, how amazingly bad this motion picture is. Imagine a trailer park filled with lobotomized people sitting in lawn chairs watching a version of "The Sound of Music" made on the cheap especially for them. Imagine the film being projected on a bedsheet attached with clothes pins to a wash line. Imagine the wind blowing. Imagine no one paying attention. Then imagine you are there and you are shackled to a stake in the ground so that you cannot escape the evening's entertainment unless you chew off your own foot. If you can imagine all this, you can imagine the witch's brew of butchered classical music, litter-free travelogue sterility, and lifeless robotic acting that was captured for eternity on one unlucky batch of film stock from the Kodak factory and slapped with the label, "Song of Norway." It is truly the worst film ever made. The only advantage of viewing it is that from that day forth, ANYTHING you see at the movies will look passable by comparison. And I do mean ANYTHING.


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