Some criminal EU ministers plan to turn Denmark into a gigantic fair ground and holiday paradise. Egon gets his hands on some important documents which could both make them rich and save ... See full summary »
Mads Skjern arrives in the small Danish town of Korsbæk in 1929. Hans Christian Varnæs, manager of the town bank, refuses him a loan to set up a clothes shop. Instead he receives money ... See full summary »
Egon has a plan! He'll need a drill, a cardboard honey and prune juice and a pile of dead rats. The goal is Hans Christian Andersen's original quill, as the Prime Minister himself has ... See full summary »
Four small gangsters from Copenhagen trick a gangster boss: they take over 4,000,000 kroner which they were supposed to bring him. Trying to escape to Barcelona they are forced to stop in ... See full summary »
A veteran cop, Murtaugh, is partnered with a young suicidal cop, Riggs. Both having one thing in common; hating working in pairs. Now they must learn to work with one another to stop a gang of drug smugglers.
Frede Hansen, a game salesman, is mistaken for a secret service agent on a ferry and kidnapped by enemy agents. He escapes and now the secret service want to use him as bait to track the ... See full summary »
Etter en tid innenfor murene samles banden igjen, men denne gangen kommer det en ung og vakker sosialkurator inn i bildet. Egon forelsker seg og staker ut en ny kurs for banden - fast jobb ... See full summary »
Kontanter er snart avlegs med det inflasjonstempoet vi har. Bedre med verdipapirer og fast eiendom. Disse tankene har Olsenbanden gjort seg, og de tenker stort: Ved å skaffe tilveie et ... See full summary »
Det riktige store kuppet - det endelige - kuppet over alle kupp - vil gi 6 millioner i svarte penger. Og hvem kjenner til dette? Egon Olsen og politiet. Pengene er oppbevart i det mest ... See full summary »
Våpenhandel til en milliard kroner! Og Olsenbanden blir selvfølgelig innblandet. I god gammeldags stil planlegger de sitt aller siste kupp. Hvitsnippene Hallandsen og Bang-Johansen må ty ... See full summary »
Some criminal EU ministers plan to turn Denmark into a gigantic fair ground and holiday paradise. Egon gets his hands on some important documents which could both make them rich and save Denmark's future. Written by
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The clock of Copenhagen City Hall was rebuilt on the premises of Nordisk Film in Valby. For some shots it was moved into a horizontal position. The real clock of the City Hall is actually smaller than the one seen in the film. See more »
On both occasions, when the gang is riding on a car, after Egon had left the jail, we see the same white Mercedes-Benz van through a rear window, turning to a street on the left. See more »
...700-800 people work there.
700-800! That's a lot!
Yes, that's because it's fully automated.
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A few shortcomings don't manage to mar an overall excellent entry in the series
After the slightly disappointing "...Outta Sight", the series revolving around the Olsen Gang take a flying leap towards their peak yet again. In spite of a very silly sequence that wouldn't have looked quite so out of place in a show by Benny Hill or an old black and white silent film a la Charlie Chaplin, this is one of the best of the franchise. Dealing with the future of Denmark, the plot is exceptionally well-written. It evolves very nicely throughout the film, and the pacing is perfect. The acting is of the typical high level, with more or lesser known Danish actors of the time shining in the many smaller roles in the film. The humor(apart from in the scene mentioned above) is excellent. With the usual plays on words, sophisticated jokes and funny running gags, not to mention the masterful human touch that brings us so close to these characters(main as well as supporting), what grounds it all, what pulls us in. As Kjeld struggles mercilessly to access a meal that he's been anticipating for a long time, we can laugh at it, not because he's pitiful... but because he's real. We feel his pain. We can recognize it. Anyone who's seen the film knows exactly what I'm referring to, and I refuse to ruin it for anyone who hasn't. We are treated to some nice visuals in this one... the film takes us inside the Copenhagen City Hall(as far as me and my father could tell, shot on location), and even into the tower and to the City Hall Clock... and that's all I'm saying, as the scenes that take place there are too good to spoil. More fun is had with Germans, specifically through the character of The Black Baron. With an unusual opening, a completely different(though understandably so) Yvonne and a very funny variation on Egon being rescued and having the impassioned, sentimental speech after-wards, this certainly also manages to divert nicely from what has been established as normal for the films. Also, Bøffen is unusually witty, this time around, which works quite well. More machinery that would have made the (nationally)famous Dane Storm P. proud. This time around, Benny shows unexpected skills, and Kjeld is put on a diet. More pseudo-German, this time, spoken by Benny... in a hilarious and short scene. This is the tenth in the series, and it also came out exactly ten years after the first... something that the filmmakers made something of a bit of deal out of, in the film. I'll leave for the viewers to find out how. I recommend this to any fan of the series and/or of Danish comedy of this period. 8/10
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