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Gurin with the Foxtail (1998)

Solan, Ludvig og Gurin med reverompa (original title)
A gnome named Gurin wakes up with a foxtail as punishment for his practical jokes.

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Kjell Aukrust (comic "Gurin med reverompa"), Kjell Aukrust | 1 more credit »
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Cast overview, first billed only:
Toralv Maurstad Toralv Maurstad ... Ludvig (voice)
Grethe Kausland Grethe Kausland ... Solan Gundersen (voice)
Pia Borgli Pia Borgli ... Gurin (voice)
Wenche Foss Wenche Foss ... Enkefru Stengelføhn-Glad (voice)
Helge Reiss Helge Reiss ... Rudolf Blodstrupmoen (voice)
Frank Robert Frank Robert ... Reodor Felgen (voice)
Bjørn Jenseg Bjørn Jenseg ... Stabburs-sangeren (voice)
Anders Hatlo Anders Hatlo ... Roger Jurtappen / Papegøyen Valentino / Adjutanten (voice)
Kari Ann Grønsund ... Barbro (voice) (as Kari-Ann Grønsund)
Marit Andreassen Marit Andreassen ... Ragna (voice)
Sossen Krohg Sossen Krohg ... Othilie (voice) (as Sossen Krogh)
Anitra Eriksen Anitra Eriksen ... Tynsetmusa (voice)
Trond Brænne Trond Brænne ... Elgen / Hesten (voice)
Lasse Lindtner Lasse Lindtner ... Kråke 1 / Kråke 2 / Bonden (voice)
Ingrid Vollan Ingrid Vollan ... Bakstekona (voice)
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Storyline

Gurin the gnome loves to play tricks on others. In spite of several warnings he just can't help himself, and one morning he wakes up with a foxtail as punishment. Rumors of his fabulous tail soon reach the capital, and the widow Stengelføhn-Glad tries to hire private detective Solan Gundersen to find Gurin. She wants to be the envy of her upper-class friends by owning the luxurious foxtail. But Solan and his sidekick Ludvig doesn't want to see Gurin come to harm. And after refusing the assignment they set out to find the gnome before the widow does. Written by Signy

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Trivia

Toralv Maurstad is the only actor in all three Flåklypa movies, he voices Ludvig in this and the original Flåklypa Grand Prix, and The Narrator in Solan og Ludvig - Jul i Flåklypa. See more »

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En ekstra spesiell takk til Det Kgl. Slott for at de kan ta en liten spök [And extra special thanks to The Royal Palace that they can take a little joke] See more »

Connections

Follows The Pinchcliffe Grand Prix (1975) See more »

Soundtracks

Ein strek, nokon fargar
Performed by Herborg Kråkevik
Music by Magne Furuholmen and Kjetil Bjerkestrand
Lyrics by Bjørn Eidsvåg
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9 August 2000 | by action-6See all my reviews

"Solan, Ludvig og Gurin med reverompa" is the most expensive Norwegian movie ever made, and is Norway`s first attempt on creating a real cartoon-movie to rival Disney. The movie is in many ways the sequel to "Flåklypa Grand Prix" because it has got many of the same characters, but this movie is nowhere near as good as that old classic. This movie has got many nice, some impressive and some rather poor drawings, the story is sometimes weak and the characters could speak with a louder voice for the audience to hear what is being said. This is a pretty good movie so go down to your library and borrow it there for free, or borrow it from a friend, or buy it(cheaply). 7/10


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Official Sites:

Norwegian Film Institute

Country:

Norway

Language:

Norwegian

Release Date:

7 August 1998 (Norway) See more »

Also Known As:

A rókafarku Gurin See more »

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NOK35,000,000 (estimated)
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