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.
Based on a Norwegian folk tale, with the addition of a second tale and a scene from a third. - The basic story: Mr. Fox is dead. His widow, Reve-enka (literally "the fox widow"), sits alone... See full summary »
Harald Heide Steen,
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"Den Standhaftige tinnsoldat" is yet another of Ivo Caprino`s classic short-films, but this one is different from the others. Most of his other films are based on Norwegian fairytales, but this one is based on a fairytale written by H. C. Andersen, who was a famous Danish writer. "Den Standhaftige Tinnsoldat" proves to be in the same league as "Gutten som kappåt med trollet", "Den Sjuende Far i Huset" and "Askeladdens Gode Hjelpere". The movie is about the adventures of a tin soldier with one leg, and it follows the fairytale very closely, which is a nice thing. 9/10
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