Vanheden and Dynamit-Harry, together with Harry's fiancée Doris, are in Mallorca while Sickan is still in Stockholm. However, Wall-Enberg talks him into doing a break-in at Las Palmas ...
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Vanheden and Dynamit-Harry, together with Harry's fiancée Doris, are in Mallorca while Sickan is still in Stockholm. However, Wall-Enberg talks him into doing a break-in at Las Palmas cathedral in Mallorca. Once persuaded, he can't resist the temptation and travels to Mallorca as well. However, Wall-Enberg obviously can't be trusted. Sickan is framed, caught and put in jail. While being escorted home to Sweden again, Vanheden and Harry sets up a plan to break him free. Sickan, once free, wants payback. The gang discover that an antiques dealer called Germann has something to do with the whole thing and that she's also collaborating with Wall-Enberg. The gang then decide to take a closer look at her and her antiques and they discover that there's a heist being planned against the cathedral in Palma.Written by
Anders E Lundin
When the title "Jönssonligan på Mallorca" comes up on screen, it remains there for a few seconds. Then, "ligan" (which was written below "Jönsson") moves up behind "Jönsson" and when it is positioned above it, it has transformed into "La banda de". The "på" changes into "en", making the title "La banda de Jönsson en Mallorca", a Spanish version of the title. See more »
Pity that Ekman's considerable talent was wasted in these terrible films, technically sub par and with the comic effect based on oafish, drunk and mentally challenged characters. Christendom came very late to Sweden and humor never made it. These films are considered to be very funny in this country. I say no more..
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