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Jönssonligan spelar högt (2000)

Vanheden and Dynamite-Harry are approached by Sickan's grandmother and Sickan's younger brother Sven-Ingvar. Their evil nemesis Wall-Enberg are planning to steal billions of euros of the ... See full summary »

Director:

Tomas Ryberger

Writers:

Björn Gustafson, Hans Iveberg (adaptation) | 2 more credits »
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Cast overview, first billed only:
Ulf Brunnberg ... Ragnar Vanheden
Björn Gustafson ... Dynamit Harry
Johan Ulveson ... Sven Ingvar Jönsson
Birgitta Andersson ... Doris
Margreth Weivers ... Mormor
Per Grundén ... Wall-Enberg
Weiron Holmberg ... Biffen
Helge Skoog ... Operachefen
Johan Rabaeus ... Signore
Ola Forssmed ... Roberto
Dan Ekborg ... Tenoren Bajron
Henriette Indahl Henriette Indahl ... Sopranen
Björn Hallman Björn Hallman ... Dirigenten
Rolf Skoglund ... Gregor
Bert Grodin Bert Grodin ... Polisen
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Vanheden and Dynamite-Harry are approached by Sickan's grandmother and Sickan's younger brother Sven-Ingvar. Their evil nemesis Wall-Enberg are planning to steal billions of euros of the European Union's grants to culture. The grant of 350 million kronor, paid by an Italian bank acting as intermediary, equals 60 billion lire but through assistance of a Sicilian "businessman", this sum becomes 60 billion kronor when transferred. The money is to be transferred to a large number of bank accounts, and the account numbers are saved on a floppy disc that the Jönsson gang is trying to steal. Written by Mattias Thuresson

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Comedy | Crime

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The classic theme music by Ragnar Grippe was brought back for this, in a new version arranged by Jan Radesjö. See more »

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Follows The Jönsson Gang Gets Gold Fever (1984) See more »

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The main character may be gone, but the jokes are still here!
2 September 2007 | by theErfaSee all my reviews

You wold think that after 20 years from the original movie, the sequels wouldn't be that good anymore. Even though the main character left the series several films ago, this one is a lot of fun.

The actors are getting older, though, and I fear this might be the last film. It would be SO nice to finish the series with "Jönssonligans Sista Kupp".

I can understand that many people will not like it just because they changed the concept quite dramatically a few films ago, but it's your loss. This is a very well put together film, and this humor really never gets old. I really hope they make a final sequel.


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Country:

Sweden

Language:

Swedish

Release Date:

25 December 2000 (Sweden) See more »

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Color:

Color (Kodak Motion Picture Film)

Aspect Ratio:

1.85 : 1
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