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Kovaa peliä Pohjolassa (1959)

Director:

T.J. Särkkä (as Toivo Särkkä)

Writer:

Erkki Koivusalo
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Cast

Credited cast:
Tauno Palo ... Kari Kivi / Max Östermalm
Hannes Häyrinen ... Kalle Lehtonen
Arvo Lehesmaa Arvo Lehesmaa ... Rafu Adler
Teija Sopanen Teija Sopanen ... Lea Westerholm
Heikki Savolainen ... Hovimestari Rantanen
Gunvor Sandkvist Gunvor Sandkvist ... Lilly Linden
Rest of cast listed alphabetically:
Matti Aulos Matti Aulos ... Herra Nahkanen
Kaarlo Halttunen Kaarlo Halttunen ... Konsuli Hansen
Anja Hatakka Anja Hatakka ... Sisäkkö
Mai-Brit Heljo Mai-Brit Heljo ... 2. nainen kutsuilla
Leo Jokela ... Sammakkomies
Eino Kaipainen Eino Kaipainen ... Komisario Holopainen
Marjatta Kallio Marjatta Kallio ... Tarjoilija laivalla
Usko Kantola Usko Kantola ... Etsivä Salmisto
Kosti Klemelä Kosti Klemelä ... Konstaapeli
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Genres:

Crime | Thriller

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Country:

Finland

Language:

Finnish

Release Date:

27 February 1959 (Finland) See more »

Also Known As:

Der Tote bin ich See more »

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Production Co:

Suomen Filmiteollisuus See more »
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Runtime:

(DVD)

Aspect Ratio:

1.66 : 1
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Action film - Finnish style.
16 March 2004 | by Leffa-GuruSee all my reviews

This film is pretty funny - most of which is intentional, and the rest, well, non-intetional...

Tauno Palo has a dual role as both Max Östermalm, a CEO of a certain unnamed company and as Kari Kivi, an adventurer who has just returned back to Finland from South America.

Östermalm has been involved in some kind of shady business and is forced to escape from Finland. He hires a man, Kivi, who looks exactly like him to impersonate him for a week. International spies, nuclear threat, microfilms, lovely secretaries and other beautiful ladies and you have the makings of a great spy thriller/comedy. Well in theory anyway. The plot is not that complicated and I would advice people to see this film with open mind - it's not the best film of its kind, but worse films than this have been made.

The humour is quite funny - especially the non-intentional and Tauno 'The Great' is great with the ladies. *swoon* Recommended.


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