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Eija Vilpas ...
 Vappu Nieminen 52 episodes, 1991-1995
Hannele Lauri ...
 Virpi Nieminen 52 episodes, 1991-1995
Aake Kalliala ...
 Aarne Harava 24 episodes, 1991-1995
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In the first episode (1991) Vappu's name is Vappu Irmeli Nieminen. The wedding episodes (1994) her name is Vappu Aina Unelma Nieminen. See more »

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