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Jul i Valhal 

Children find a man who calls himself Loke. They also find a portal that leads them to Valhal, where the Norse gods live.






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Series cast summary:
Laura Østergaard Buhl Laura Østergaard Buhl ...  Sofie 24 episodes, 2005
Ann Eleonora Jørgensen ...  Tove 24 episodes, 2005
Troels Lyby ...  Asbjørn 24 episodes, 2005
Vigga Bro Vigga Bro ...  Ragnhild 24 episodes, 2005
Clara Maria Bahamondes Clara Maria Bahamondes ...  Emma 24 episodes, 2005
Lukas Schwarz Thorsteinsson Lukas Schwarz Thorsteinsson ...  Jonas 24 episodes, 2005
Louis Louis ...  Snifer 23 episodes, 2005
Martin Brygmann Martin Brygmann ...  Loke 17 episodes, 2005
Lin Kun Wu Lin Kun Wu ...  Mr. Tong 14 episodes, 2005
Peter Frödin Peter Frödin ...  Heimdal 12 episodes, 2005
Søren Spanning Søren Spanning ...  Odin 10 episodes, 2005


Sofie (Laura Østergaard Buhl) and her mother Tove (Ann Eleonora Jørgensen) move out to her grandmother's (Vigga Bro) for Christmas before they're moving to Singapore for Tove's new job. When they arrive at grandma's, Sofie meets the new family that's moved in on the second floor. She and the new boy Jonas (Lukas Schwarz Thorsteinsson) become friends and discover a secret cave out in the woods. In the cave they find a Chained man who claims he's the norse god Loki (Loke in danish). Loke (Martin Brygmann) grants the children three wishes if they'll in return, remove his chains. The children accept, but doing so they are unaware of the fact that they've just started ragnarok, the end of the world. In the cave they find a portal which leads to Valhalla, where the norse gods live. Will Sofie and Jonas stop Loki before Ragnarok breaks loose and the other gods find out what they've done.

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Did You Know?


Martin Brygmann had to grow out his hair in just 10 months to get the role of Loke, otherwise the role was to be given to Morten Lindberg, better known as Master Fatman. See more »


Spin-off The Gold of Valhalla (2007) See more »


Jul i Valhal
Text by Ida Maria Rydén, Ina Bruhn, Flemming Klem, Stefan Jaworski and Martin Brygmann
Music by Martin Brygmann
Sung by Sarah West and Martin Brygmann
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good series
19 December 2006 | by trond-gjesetSee all my reviews

This show was a fresh show on norwegian TV when i first watched it and although i initially watched it because the other two options where crappy this one turned out to rather amusing. Bit slow in the beginning with little action happening i initially expected as you gotta save the best for the last episodes as is the case in most x-mas calendars, but the facts being given about the gods is always a bit fascinating to teach and its an easy way to learn about the northern countries heritage in terms of culture.

Definitely recommend it and i can say this much that i will most likely watch it next year should it be sendt again.

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1 December 2005 (Denmark) See more »

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