Six year old Johan, a.k.a. Fimpen, loves football. One day his talents are discovered. It doesn't take long before Fimpen gets to travel around with the national team. Fimpen becomes an ... See full summary »

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Johan Bergman ...
Johan 'Fimpen' Bergman
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Mackan
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Teacher
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Club Official
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Principal
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Cab Driver
Liselott Wærum ...
Mackan's Fiancée
Annelie Bergman ...
Johan's Sister
Arne Bergman ...
Johan's Father
Inger Bergman ...
Johan's Mother
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Six year old Johan, a.k.a. Fimpen, loves football. One day his talents are discovered. It doesn't take long before Fimpen gets to travel around with the national team. Fimpen becomes an idol and media wants a piece of him all the time. It gets hard to catch up in school. Written by Fredrik Klassson <fredrik.klasson@telia.com>

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16 February 1974 (Sweden)  »

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Dugó, a csodacsatár  »

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| (Dolby 5.1) (restored version)

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(Eastmancolor)

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2.35 : 1
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The Swedish national football team appear as themselves, as do several famous sports commentators. See more »

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The end credits aren't shown on-screen but called over the tannoy to a black screen, while spectators are chanting in the background. See more »

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Featured in Bo Widerberg (1977) See more »

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Symphony No. 1 in D major (Op. 25)
Composed by Sergei Prokofiev
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Trifle from Widerberg, but a good one
16 March 1999 | by See all my reviews

One of Bo Widerberg's lesser known works.

The story about the six year old Fimpen who get to play with the national team of Sweden (who appear as themselves) is really charming.

The scene when the team with Ralf Edström, Ronnie Hellström and others complaining to coach "Åby". About reading the bedtime story 14 Little Bears over and over again to Fimpen is really funny.

So is Carl Billquist as the little too enthusiastic principal.

Unfortunately the sound quality is rather poor and I wonder if that might be the reason why it hasn't been shown very much?

Still, this is a good children's film that not only children are going to find amusing.


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