This may be the earliest appearance by the group that was recorded by cameras and put on VHS-tape to be released. I don't know if they did indeed start in 1979, but regardless, this is a team that can boast a couple of decades worth of popularity, and this frankly holds up remarkably well. The bits based upon stuff that was current when they made these does require the viewer to remember those background details, however, few are going to be watching these for the first time today. While the trio may have split up since this, they remain what they were that made these last so well: Excellent showmen with plenty of charm. This is quite funny. The humor is silly, verbal, clever, childish, random and occasionally raunchy(if so subtly so that kids shouldn't pick up on it), and among the material is what they've done since, and perhaps before, as well. They parody the Queen as always, hitting the nail on the head. It's all light and, at the very least, perfectly harmless. There is singing, with some original lyrics, and, to a lesser extent, melodies, and the music ranges from feel-good tunes to Mozart. I recommend this to fans of Linie 3. 7/10
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