With their parents on vacation, Tommy and Annika spend time with their wonderful friend Pippi Longstocking at her cottage Villa Villekulla, until she finds a bottle with a message from her father Captain Efraim Longstocking, who warns her that he was captured by a band of evil pirates led by Blood-Svente and Jock the Knife, who hold him prisoner in their castle on the island of Porto Piluse, so they can find the secret location of his treasure. Pippi, Tommy and Annika then travel to Porto Piluse to rescue her father before he is forced to reveal the whereabouts of his treasure...
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Did You Know?
The original Swedish title of this film translates in English to "Pippi Longstocking on the Seven Seas." The literal translations of some of this film's foreign language titles include "Pippi in Taka-Tuka-Land" (Germany), "Pippi Longstocking and the Pirates of Taka-Tuka" (Italy), "Pippi on Treasure Island" (Japan), "Pippi South Sea" (Estonia), "Pippi Longstocking in Taka-Tuka-Land" (Netherlands), "Pippi Longstocking Goes to Sea" (Norway), and "Pippi in the Patagonian" (Hungary). See more
When Pippi, Tommy and Annika hide in the well, all three sit in shoulder-deep water for several hours. Yet, when they finally climb out, the kids are bone-dry. See more
Mum would not like this AT ALL.
Your Mum's a little odd, isn't she?
- In the original Swedish version, Pippi ends the film by singing the film's theme song, "Sjörövarfabbe" ("Pirate Fabbe"), which continues after fadeout over a black screen. (In current home video releases in Sweden, a credit roll in yellow text was added over the black screen after fadeout.)
- The German version has Pippi instead singing the "Hey, Pippi Longstocking" theme song, which continues after fadeout over a black screen.
- The US version has Pippi singing the "Pippi Longstocking" theme song, which continues after fadeout, with a white "The End" appearing over black, and the song is cut off (crossfaded) with the final fadeout.
Followed by Pippi on the Run
Mor Är Rar
("Mother Is Sweet")
Composed by Georg Riedel
Lyrics by Astrid Lindgren See more