Olso-familien Monsen arver onkel Pavels hus på Sørlandet. Pappa Monsen mener også å ha vunnet 5.000 kr i pengelotteriet, men det viser seg senere å være galt. På en gammel grammafon hører ... See full summary »
Based on a Norwegian folk tale, with the addition of a second tale and a scene from a third. - The basic story: Mr. Fox is dead. His widow, Reve-enka (literally "the fox widow"), sits alone... See full summary »
Harald Heide Steen,
26 years after their characterers first made their smash-hit debut on television, legendary Norwegian comedy trio/writers "KLM" (Trond Kirkvaag, Knut Lystad and Lars Mjøen) return as their ... See full summary »
100 miles north, a bit east and up, is Flåklypa... home of bicycle repairman Reodor Felgen and his two assistants - Solan Gundersen, morning bird and natural born optimist, and Ludvig who is a true pessimist. Sponsored by oil sheik Ben Redic Fy Fazan, they build the car "Il Tempo Gigante" and the race of the decade is a fact. Written by
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Since its premiere on 28 August 1975, the movie was shown at a cinema somewhere in the world every day of the week, for 28 years. Mainly in theaters in Norway, Moscow or Tokyo, the non-stop run ended in 2003. See more »
Shadow from camera is visible during the car race. See more »
I always knew this film as Pinchcliff Grand Prix in the United States. I loved this movie as a five-year-old child in 1977 but now it is impossible to find anywhere. I have been looking for years and have had no success. Can anyone out there help me get a copy? This movie was very ahead of its time and in my opinion could compete with some of the latest high tech computer animation movies out today. NOTHING has even come close to what Pinchcliff Grand Prix did for me. It even inspired me as a young child to become addicted to fast cars as an adult!
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