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Den røde tråd (1989)

A movie with the popular band Shu-bi-dua. With bad guys, proud heroes, ladies in trouble and last but not least .... bus chases... without a ticket!

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Credited cast:
Michael Bundesen ...
Jazz Sr. / Jr.
Michael Hardinger ...
Pop Sr. / Jr.
Claus Asmussen ...
Kettenraucher
Kim Daugaard ...
Balletskovitz Sr. / Jr.
Jørgen Thorup ...
Patrick
Peter Andersen ...
Udo
Birgit Sadolin ...
Frk. Jensen
Ulf Pilgaard ...
Hansi
Mette Riis ...
Askepot
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Postbud
Thomas Eje ...
Heinecken Sr. / Jr.
Rest of cast listed alphabetically:
Helle Guldbeck ...
Ghostdanser
Jens Tage Nielsen ...
Borgmester
Maria Savery ...
Dansepige
Karina von d'Ahe ...
Bond pige
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It's the year 1945 - the German colonel Heinz Heinecken escapes with the German national gold. He's being chased by a special unit - a very "special" unit from England, the Soviet Union and U.S.A.. The German colonel finds the perfect hiding place at Frk. Jensen's guest house. Now it's the year 1989 - and the guest house still exits. So does the old colonel's son, and he wants the gold. Companied by his bodyguards the mean Heinecken Jr. goes to Denmark to find the gold. At the same time the sons of the special unit arrive at the guest house, too - and then the hunt for the gold begins... Written by Karina Hjorth

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13 October 1989 (Denmark)  »

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Featured in Shu-bi-dua - tanketorsk eller stjerneskud? (2003) See more »

Soundtracks

Schlaskenwaltz
Written by Shu-Bi-Dua
Performed by Thomas Eje
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A cult movie for fans
7 February 2000 | by See all my reviews

Shubidua's first movie is a must for real fans. It's funny and is actually a bunch of small jokes gathered by an overall story. You'll have to watch the movie several times to catch all the jokes, and even though I've seen it more than 15 times, I'm still not sure, I've got it all. I find new details every time, including references to their many songs. You probably have to be Danish to understand it, but if you like Danish humor and culture this movie might be an interesting adventure.


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