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I kongens klæ'r (1954)

In the company Petersen Petersen and Petersen A / S, warehouse manager Jensen discovers hidden drugs in a shipment from Müller in Hamburg.

Director:

Poul Bang

Writers:

John Olsen (screenplay), Axel Frische (play)
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Cast overview, first billed only:
Dirch Passer ... Søren Rask - rekrut 66
Ove Sprogøe ... Jens Rasmussen - rekrut 65
Kjeld Petersen ... Grosserer Johan Petersen / 67
Bodil Steen Bodil Steen ... Oline Poulsen
Louis Miehe-Renard Louis Miehe-Renard ... Premierløjtnant Henrik Grøn
Elsebet Knudsen Elsebet Knudsen ... Elsebet Petersen
Erni Arneson Erni Arneson ... Fru Petersen
Buster Larsen Buster Larsen ... Nikolaj Hansen
Arthur Jensen Arthur Jensen ... Jens Hik
Henry Nielsen Henry Nielsen ... Overbetjent Peter Kvist
Ib Schønberg ... Jensen
Ib Conradi Ib Conradi ... Holm
Paul Hagen Paul Hagen ... Gadebetjent (as Poul Hagen)
Karl Stegger Karl Stegger ... Fængselsbetjent
Ole Monty Ole Monty ... Militærlægen
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In the company Petersen Petersen and Petersen A / S, warehouse manager Jensen discovers hidden drugs in a shipment from Müller in Hamburg.

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Version of 65, 66, and Me (1936) See more »

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I kongens klæ'r - Militærmarch
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Written by Sven Gyldmark & Poul Sørensen
Performed by Kjeld Petersen, Buster Larsen & Dirch Passer, Ove Sprogøe, Louis Miehe-Renard & kor
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A great comedy, that still lasts, even today
22 December 1999 | by GyldmarkSee all my reviews

This is the second Poul Bang movie, where Dirch Passer and Ove Sprogøe teams up as the lead comic pair. But it really is Kjeld Petersen, who steals the picture. And it's a great trio, with Bodil Steen on the side. Kjeld Petersen gets his clothes exchanged by a criminal, who has a call up from the army. Now, he has to convince people about the mistake. But not only will they not believe him, they also wont listen to him. Really a great comedy, that still lasts, even today.


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Country:

Denmark

Language:

Danish

Release Date:

24 September 1954 (Denmark) See more »

Filming Locations:

Nyhavn, Copenhagen, Denmark See more »

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Saga Studio See more »
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Mono

Aspect Ratio:

1.37 : 1
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