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Blindpassasjer 

The spaceship Marco Polo is returning from a mission at the newly discovered planet Rossum. While the five members of the crew are in deep sleep a mysterious shape is captured on one of the... See full summary »
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Henny Moan Henny Moan ...  Leda 3 episodes, 1978
Marit Østbye Marit Østbye ...  Gaia 3 episodes, 1978
Trini Lund Trini Lund ...  Elis 3 episodes, 1978
Bjørn Floberg Bjørn Floberg ...  Akeron 3 episodes, 1978
Ola B. Johannessen Ola B. Johannessen ...  Jason 3 episodes, 1978
Ole-Jørgen Nilsen ...  Byråkraten 3 episodes, 1978
Erik Tandberg Erik Tandberg ...  Narration 3 episodes, 1978
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The spaceship Marco Polo is returning from a mission at the newly discovered planet Rossum. While the five members of the crew are in deep sleep a mysterious shape is captured on one of the surveillance monitors. Awakened the crew soon discover that one of their number has been killed, and something is living among them in the shape of a crewmate. But who is it?? Written by Anonymous

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A murder without a victim.


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Norwegian

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27 October 1978 (Norway) See more »

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Fripassageraren See more »

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1.33 : 1
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As thrilling for kids today as it was when I was a kid
8 June 2008 | by sverrehuSee all my reviews

I recently (May 2008) discovered that this childhood favorite was available as a DVD. Although I've seen a great deal of high quality movies since then (late 70's (I was 10 in 1978)), this three-episode, low budget thing still stands strong.

What's fun is that I now watched it with my 10 year old daughter, and she experiences just the same as I remember from back then: The creepy music (she had to hold my hand, even though she's been raised with watching LotR and Resident Evil), the ever changing theories of who the culprit actually is, and also complaining about the theatrical voices from an era before Norway discovered the difference between stage acting and movie acting.

This is the one and only good science fiction movie (or series) ever made in Norway. And it's still worth watching.


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