The Olsen gang in Jutland. Ones again Egon Olsen has a plan when he gets out of Vridslose State prison. He has found out that the Germans left a large sum of money (in American dollars and ... See full summary »
The Olsen gang in Jutland. Ones again Egon Olsen has a plan when he gets out of Vridslose State prison. He has found out that the Germans left a large sum of money (in American dollars and gold bars) in one of their commando bunkers, when they were defeated in 1945; the only problem it's in Jutland. Egon, Benny and Kjeld "appropriate" a car and drives to Jutland along with Kjelds wife and child Yvonne and Borge. They look forward to fooling the the people in Jutland, but of course, things don't go quite as planed. It ends with Benny, Kjeld, Borge and Yvonne sitting in the train back to Copenhagen, were they are overtaken by Egon in his car on the road next to the track. This is the last time the Olsen gang goes to Jutland. Written by
The Jutlandic gas station assistant was played by Tage Rasmussen, a real gas station assistant from that region. Director Erik Balling did not find an actor with the North Jutlandic dialect that this character should speak. Another amateur actor in the movie is Niels Harbo, a fisherman who can be seen in the first scene with Mads Madsen (Karl Stegger). See more »
When Egon explains the plan of the Nazi bunker to his companions, you can see that the German word "Hauptquartier" (headquarters) is misspelled as "Haubtkvartier". See more »
The "Olsen-Banden" travel to Jutland (western Denmark), so they can get an old German treasure from an old German World War II bunker. Other people also want the treasure, and a lot of funny things happen. A real funny movie, but I think you have to be Danish to understand it.
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