Dr. Miller, Uncle Louis, Mrs. Werner and writer Harry - four classic characters. Who is evil and who is good - it is not entirely clear. But it requires the youngsters Kaj, Peter, Marianne ... See full summary »
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Olle Myrberg Olle Myrberg ...  Kaj 7 episodes, 1967-1968
Håkan Waldebrandt Håkan Waldebrandt ...  Peter 7 episodes, 1967-1968
Maria Lindberg Maria Lindberg ...  Marianne 7 episodes, 1967-1968
Staffan Hallerstam ...  Tommy 7 episodes, 1967-1968
Leif Liljeroth Leif Liljeroth ...  Dr. Miller 7 episodes, 1967-1968
Lena Dahlman ...  Jenny 7 episodes, 1967-1968
Fred Gunnarsson Fred Gunnarsson ...  Harry 7 episodes, 1967-1968
Berta Hall ...  Fru Werner 6 episodes, 1967-1968
Bengt Brunskog ...  Farbror Ludvig 5 episodes, 1967-1968
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Dr. Miller, Uncle Louis, Mrs. Werner and writer Harry - four classic characters. Who is evil and who is good - it is not entirely clear. But it requires the youngsters Kaj, Peter, Marianne and six year old Tommy to figure it out during an eventful summer on idyllic Kullen in Skåne. Espionage, mysterious lights and strange code words suddenly become a part of everyday life, but also wild hunts in min shafts, kidnapping and nighttime burglary. It will be a summer they will never forget. Written by ycc140

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Sweden

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Swedish

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23 December 1967 (Sweden) See more »

Also Known As:

Het geheim van de Grot See more »

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Nord Art See more »
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(7 episodes)
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Excellent Vintage Teen Series!
2 February 2015 | by merrywaterSee all my reviews

This was made back then when Sweden could provide real good adolescent series, quite unlike the awkward pursuits of today.

The story is exciting though somewhat far-fetched, and has an interesting, ambiguous end.

The main point is not the strained social criticism that pesters equivalent Swedish productions from the mid-70s and onward, but rather a mischievous little prank.

Refreshing.

Leif Krantz, the director, was gradually inclining towards the leftish standards of the 70s, and his subsequent series started having reference of the kind. He may nevertheless boast of directing an impressive number of successful Swedish television series, most of which were blockbusters.


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