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Prinsesse for en dag (1962)



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Cast overview, first billed only:
Gitte Hænning Gitte Hænning ... Maj
Frits Helmuth Frits Helmuth ... Teaterdirektør Jan Forsing
Malene Schwartz ... Mette Jansen
Paul Hagen Paul Hagen ... Redaktør Peter
Christian Arhoff Christian Arhoff ... Thomsen
Mogens Brandt Mogens Brandt ... Instruktør Walther
Asbjørn Andersen Asbjørn Andersen ... Skibsreder Forsing
Olaf Ussing Olaf Ussing ... Direktør Jansen
Steen Flensmark Steen Flensmark ... Ole
Karen Lykkehus Karen Lykkehus ... Majs mor
Bjørn Puggaard-Müller Bjørn Puggaard-Müller ... Professor på musikskolen
Otto Brandenburg Otto Brandenburg
Gustav Winckler Gustav Winckler
Nat Russell Nat Russell
Grete Klitgaard Grete Klitgaard


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16 March 1962 (Denmark) See more »

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Naive charm
17 February 2014 | by milton-freddySee all my reviews

I recently reviewed the new 'MGP Missionen' and this is the same simple story of a girl, who wants to be a singer. That ambition held true on behalf of the young actor, Gitte Hænning. After having completed a small number of films in Denmark, where she made it better than the subject matter she appeared in, she turned her attention south of the border and made it big as a German pop singer, 'Die Gitte'. This was a sober decision. Everything considered her singing talent might be better than her acting talent. I might not be quite neutral as a reviewer, for experiencing this picture for the first time I was brought back to my own youth, where films were more naive and goodhearted than today. The naive touch becomes Gitte well, and then there is a luring eroticism as an added attraction to her 16 years appearance. The film also displays the media scene of the day, where pirate ships in international waters transmitted popular entertainment to the young generation. Soon the official legal broadcasting systems adopted their approach, and the pirate music broadcasting became obsolete.

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