Sickan, the leader of the criminal Jönsson gang is incarcerated in a mental institution, attended by Dr M.A. Busé, who admire a handbook in crime that Sickan has been writing. Blackmailed by the nefarious banker Wall-Enberg, Dr Busé and Sickan's partners Vanheden and Dynamite-Harry execute Sickan's plan of stealing the valuable Black Diamond of the Romanovs from the National Museum. Written by
The title plus the name of Peter Haber's character, with his first names Max Adrian abbreviated, as seen on the door to his offices at the hospital, D:r M A Busé, is an obvious nod to the name Doctor Mabuse of the classical German horror movie. See more »
Throughout the initial credits, two animated mice and an animated cat fight for a black diamond in various ways. The credits end with a large eagle sweeping down and grabbing the diamond. See more »
In this sixth installment in the series, Gösta Ekman was no longer interested in playing the part, and Charles-Ingvar Jönsson had to be written out of the series. Instead, Vanheden and Dynamit-Harry find themselves hooked up with a confused doctor Max Adrian Busé in a scheme to steal the Romanov family´s black diamond.
The movie actually does well despite the lack of the previous brain of the gang. Peter Haber plays the part of Dr M. A. Busé really well, and there are a number of really amusing scenes.
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