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Sagan om Karl-Bertil Jonssons julafton (1975)

Sagan om Karl-Bertil Jonssons julafton
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Tage Danielsson Tage Danielsson
Berättare
Per Andrén Per Andrén
Karl-Bertil Jonsson
Marianne Stjernqvist Marianne Stjernqvist
Hans ömma moder
Toivo Pawlo Toivo Pawlo
Hans stränge fader
Åke Fridell Åke Fridell
Byrådirektör H.K. Bergdahl
Catrin Westerlund Catrin Westerlund
Fru Bergdahl
Bernard Cribbins Bernard Cribbins
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Written by
Tage Danielsson Tage Danielsson
short story


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Release date: 24 December 1975
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"DIR: Per Ahlin SUMMARY: Inspired by Robin Hood, a young boy who works for the post office decides to treat the poor of his town at the expense of the rich. WHY IT'S HERE: 'Sagan om-Karl-Bertil Jonssons julafton' (also known as 'Christopher's Christmas Mission' in its English translation, is a wonderful festive satire by Swedish director Per Ahlin, based on a story by Tage Danielsson. Telling the tale of a young boy who idolises Robin Hood and is inspired to steal Christmas presents intended "



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