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Millionær for en aften (1960)

Shipping broker Landheim tries to save a failing theater, but falls in love. Is the broker a journalist, and the actress a prima donna? Who knows?

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Øyvind Vennerød
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Henki Kolstad Henki Kolstad ... Erik Sørensen, journalist
Unni Bernhoft Unni Bernhoft ... Maj Grønlien Granner, revyprimadonna in spe
Willie Hoel Willie Hoel ... Phønixteatrets direktør
Arne Bang-Hansen Arne Bang-Hansen ... Phønixteatrest økonomisjef
Kari Diesen Kari Diesen ... Phønixteatrets kostymedesigner
Arvid Nilssen Arvid Nilssen ... Wang-Knutsen, revyforfatter
Lalla Carlsen Lalla Carlsen ... Innehaver av Maison Stellas
Ingebjørg Sem Ingebjørg Sem
Nanna Stenersen Nanna Stenersen ... Fru Hammer, pensjonatvertinne
Carsten Winger Carsten Winger
Arve Opsahl Arve Opsahl ... Knut Møller
Lothar Lindtner Lothar Lindtner
Ulf Wengård Ulf Wengård
Joachim Holst-Jensen Joachim Holst-Jensen
Rolf Sand Rolf Sand
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Shipping broker Landheim tries to save a failing theater, but falls in love. Is the broker a journalist, and the actress a prima donna? Who knows?

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Comedy

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Country:

Norway

Language:

Norwegian

Release Date:

18 August 1960 (Norway) See more »

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Contacr Film See more »
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This is the norwegian-version of the danish movie 'Pigen og vandpytten' from 1958. See more »

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Remake of Kyss henne! (1940) See more »

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Clever plot
6 August 2003 | by romeo cliveSee all my reviews

As opposed to many other Norwegian comedies of this era, this one actually has quite a clever plot - as the result of several misunderstandings, a millionaire that for some reason is pretending to be a journalist ends up playing the role as himself, the millionaire, for an evening. Unni Bernhoft, best known for her part in the classic "Fjols til fjells" by Edith Carlmar, gives one of her better performances, and Henki Kolstad is in good form as the millionaire. Several funny moments, but the would-be slapstick pool sequence is quite hopeless. Watch out for Willie Hoel's uncannily graceful ballet steps.


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