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Lars Brandeby ...
Kurt Olsson (as Lasse Brandeby)
Hans Wiktorsson ...
Arne Nyström (as Hans Wiktorson)
Unni Brandeby ...
Sister-in-law
Elisabeth Engdahl ...
Piano player
Sara Edvardsson ...
Bass player
Vanja Holm ...
Drum player
Karin Johansson ...
Trombone player
Helena Kaij ...
Saxophone player
Gunnel Samuelsson ...
Saxophone player
Mia Samuelsson ...
Trumpet player (as Maria Samuelsson)
Malin Silbo ...
Trumpet player
Cecilia Wennerström ...
Saxophone player
Helena Östblom-Berg ...
Conga player
Anki Rahlskog ...
Malin Brandeby ...
Bear

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Kurt and Arne return to the small cottage to broadcast a new episode of Kurt Olsson's Television. Gudrun is going with them in the car, but the rest of the Lady Orchestra has to walk, carrying all their musical instruments. In the series "This Is My Life" Kurt returns to his childhood schoolyard. He shows how his classmates used to let out the air of the headmaster's bike, and he being unjustly accused of it. In the tour around the big TV-house, Kurt this time shows the painters' workshop and the joinery in an inadequate way. In the series "Sweden in Real Life" Kurt reports from the yard of the big car industry in Gothenburg. Kurt says that the air smells fresh, although a fir tree and a bear die in the background. In today's "Pottery" Kurt shows how to turn an inner tube of a bike into a fitness tool. Accompanied by the Lady Orchestra Kurt sings two old hits, originally performed by Nona Brockstedt and Siw Malmkvist. Written by Maths Jesperson {maths.jesperson1@comhem.se}

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15 September 1987 (Sweden)  »

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Tango för två
Music by Bjarne Amdahl
Lyrics by Ulf Peder Olrog
Performed by Lars Brandeby
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