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Under ditt parasoll (1968)

A musical movie with the Swedish dance band Sven-Ingvars. Ljubljana, Yugoslavia was stand-in for Desperado City, a western town in the old west.

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Ragnar Frisk
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Credited cast:
Georg Adelly Georg Adelly ... Marathon runner
Rune Bergman Rune Bergman ... Rune
Sigvard Carlmark Sigvard Carlmark ... Brevbäraren
Carl-Axel Elfving ... Count Äppelpaj
Kenth Finell Kenth Finell ... Intervjuare från Radiotjänst (as Kent Finell)
Ewert Granholm ... Konferencieren (as Evert Granholm)
Ingvar Hellberg Ingvar Hellberg ... Ingvar Hellberg, kompositör
Britta Holmberg ... Countess
Gösta Jonsson Gösta Jonsson ... Källarmästaren
Ingvar Karlsson Ingvar Karlsson ... Ingvar
Per Arne Knobelauch Per Arne Knobelauch ... Manager
Lars Lennartsson Lars Lennartsson ... Jean, betjänt
Sven-Erik Magnusson ... Sven-Erik
Curry Melin Curry Melin ... Meteorologen
Gerhard Mohlin Gerhard Mohlin ... Speting
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A musical movie with the Swedish dance band Sven-Ingvars. Ljubljana, Yugoslavia was stand-in for Desperado City, a western town in the old west.

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Sweden

Language:

Swedish

Release Date:

13 January 1968 (Sweden) See more »

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Budget:

SEK1,300,000 (estimated)
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Sven Ingvars AB See more »
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Color (Eastmancolor)
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Soundtracks

Rigoletto
Composed by Giuseppe Verdi (1851) [opera based on the play "Le roi s'amuse" by Victor Hugo]
Libretto by Francesco Maria Piave (Italian text 1851)
Swedish lyrics written by Ernst Wallmark (1861)
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A film you don't have to see!
3 October 2009 | by vinterfrid-1See all my reviews

Unfortunately I have to correct several things about this movie which Putte-4 (glenn_78bike@hotmail.com commented on previously. First of all, Sven Ingvars were by no means Scandinavia's most successful pop band during the 60's and early 70's. They weren't even Sweden's major pop band, let alone Scandinavia's. In fact they were not labeled as a pop band at all, since their songs all were performed in Swedish. More apt would be calling them an entertainment band for a more adult audience.

Neither is this film their second film at all - it is their first and only.

The plot is awful; or rather non-existing. The script is poorly written as is the dialogue, not to mention very poor acting (but then again, the boys are musicians and and not actors) The director of this film is one of Sweden's most criticized directors ever; he was usually being accused of making films for people with poor taste and low IQ (or no taste at all).

Having seen this film 40 years after its original release it's quite obvious why it became a financial disaster for the band. However, they are still around playing their old songs to an ageing audience - and they are really good at that!


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