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Agaton Sax and the Bykoebing Village Festival (1976)
"Agaton Sax och Byköpings gästabud" (original title)

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Cast overview:
Olof Thunberg ...
Agaton Sax (voice)
Stig Grybe ...
Mr. Lispington (voice)
Isa Quensel ...
Aunt Tilda (voice)
Helge Hagerman ...
Antonsson (voice)
Per Sjöstrand ...
Mosca / McSnuff (voice)
Leif Liljeroth ...
Scott / Amber (voice)
Stig Lasseby ...
Various crooks (voice)
Bert-Åke Varg ...
(voice)
Annica Risberg ...
(voice)
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20 November 1976 (Sweden)  »

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SEK 702,371 (Sweden)
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An underrated cartoon story
12 October 1999 | by (Kent, England) – See all my reviews

Although I have not seen the archived Swedish version of this cartoon film, this film did appear on the BBC in the UK during the late '70s and was narrated by Kenneth Williams of the 'Carry On' films. All the voices, as you can imagine were portrayed brilliantly by Kenneth Williams giving life to all the characters - especially the accident prone Mr. Lispington, and the constantly knitting Aunt Agatha. The animation, as I remember was quite superb. (If anyone has a copy of the British version I would be very keen to trade as I have been trying to locate it for a long, long time).


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