The children of Saltkråkan Island take a public ferry to visit a relative only to find that she has went to hospital. When they try to row back home they lose the oars and must take refuge ...
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The Melkersson family decides to leave the city for the summer to rent a house in the Stockholm archipelago. They come to enjoy the simple life there and all adventures that come their way together with resident family, the Grankvists.
Vesterman has found a young seal in his fishing nets in the outskirts of the archipelago. When he comes back to the Saltkråkan island he gives the seal to Tjorven, who names it Moses. Peter... See full summary »
Madicken is a Swedish girl from the upper level family, growing up during the time of first world war which did not include Sweden. She lives happily with her family, experiencing the world and making brave and crazy things.
Rasmus lives at an orphanage. He's OK, but wants a mom and a dad, and from time to time some comes to find a child, but they always chose little girls curls. Rasmus realizes he has to run away and find parents himself.
Tjorven and the other children at Saltkråkan have received a play day in a gift. Uncel Melker will find himself ending up in the lake several times. The kids also have found an old ship ... See full summary »
The children of Saltkråkan Island take a public ferry to visit a relative only to find that she has went to hospital. When they try to row back home they lose the oars and must take refuge on a desolate island. 4-year-old Skrållan is the first to discover that two colorful smugglers are hiding on the island.Written by
Torsten Lilliecrona, who in previous Saltkråkan-movies and the TV-series, had portrayed the popular character Melker Melkerson, does not return for this movie. Torsten asked for a bigger salary in order to reprise the role. This was intentional, as Torsten had grown tired of being associated with the character. The last straw came when people laughed when they saw him in MacBeth and shouting "There comes Melker". See more »