Under julefeiringen hos sorenskriver Bals blir det hemmelig forlovelse mellom to av hans vakre døtre og to studenter på julebesøk. Husdragen, tante Pose, spionerer på de unge. Tante Pose ...
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A small princess in a small kingdom in Adventureland disappears on Christmas eve. She has gone out to find the Christmas Star. The Queen follows and the King curses the Christmas Star, so it disappears for years, until young Sonja arrives.
While digging for a meteor fragment containing Curium 82, a substance that can cure the common cold, the three brothers Dal finds a shining, diamond-like stone. Later, Roms Dal is visited ... See full summary »
The little tooth trolls Karius and Baktus tries to persuade Jens not to brush his teeth, and their picking wholes in his teeth can go on as planned. If the mother's plea to Jens is winning, the happy days of white bread and syrup is over.
Under julefeiringen hos sorenskriver Bals blir det hemmelig forlovelse mellom to av hans vakre døtre og to studenter på julebesøk. Husdragen, tante Pose, spionerer på de unge. Tante Pose vil også gjerne bli gift, og kaster seg over den blyge sakfører Plum. Han redder seg i siste liten, og så blir det rett fra for de unge.Written by
This film is a classic for every norwegian that has lived some decades, and have sat glued to the tv screen at christmas, 17th of may( national day) and easter, as it is on e of the finest oldies goldies black and white comedy productions made in ancient norwegian moviemaking.
its about aunty pose(''baggy''), an grey old virgin that thinks laughter is a devils sin and the youuths flirting to be like swearing in church. its christmas and the whole grand family and aunty pose getogether for the holidays. in awe of the flirtatious demeanors, not only by the youngsters, makes the old lass furious, and she locks herself in her bed chambers, threatening everyone that she shall never come out, not even for the food, and they shall all have the burden of her death when she dies....
its an old movie, with hardcore norwegian dialects and humour, but could be enjoyed by everybody, and if you dont understand the nordic way of speaking, its even good as an silent movie. the grumpy old man recommends.
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