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Tre engle og fem løver (1982)

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Cast

Credited cast:
Michael Nezer Michael Nezer ... Bertram
Jesper Lund Jesper Lund ... Oscar
Tobias Fog Tobias Fog ... Anders
Henriette Holm Henriette Holm ... Winni
Otto Brandenburg Otto Brandenburg ... Onkel George
Lisbet Dahl Lisbet Dahl ... Berta Nielsen (Mor)
Jesper Langberg Jesper Langberg ... Henry Nielsen (Far)
Elin Reimer Elin Reimer ... Tante Gyda
Marie-Louise Coninck Marie-Louise Coninck ... Fru Fischer
Alvin Linnemann Alvin Linnemann ... Bager
Per Finn Nielsen Per Finn Nielsen ... Tyv
John Olsen John Olsen ... Tyv
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Morten Bjørn Morten Bjørn ... Sunbather
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Comedy | Family

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Country:

Denmark

Language:

Danish

Release Date:

17 December 1982 (Denmark) See more »

Also Known As:

Three Angels and Five Lions See more »

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Panorama Film A/S See more »
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Mono

Color:

Color
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The stronger of the two
26 February 2016 | by MindtechSee all my reviews

The movie revolves around a stolen painting which is switched around. Like the first movie we get a chase and some running around, and that's about it.

This movie is a vast improvement over the first. The kids are more in focus and the sister takes part. Even though the first part of the movie is wacky to the point of rolling your eyes, there's enough to keep it going, even though it's clear this was made like a filler between more important jobs. The kids in these movies basically vanished from the big screen after this one.

Brandenburg has a bigger part in this and shines here and there. He really needs another adult around to play his game, which the first movie lacked. There's an element of suspense in the movie which simply didn't exist in the first movie. There's also a sequence on a boat which is fairly amusing. The dialogue is also a step in the right direction.

If you must pick between the two, pick this one. Hands down.


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