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Olsenbanden og Data-Harry sprenger verdensbanken, Movie, 1978 IMDB

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  • Olsenbanden 9

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Lateef NO

2012-07-09 16:24

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ingo DE

2012-07-09 19:50

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Sorry for digging in the archive, but [:heink]

Lateef NO

2012-07-09 19:56

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The movie has two Toyota Cressidas, one Princess, one Morris Marina, two dsl-Simcas, two MkII Granadas, one Peugeot 604 and a hyper-rare Mazda 1500 - I mean, what more could you want? :D

andrepa DE

2012-07-09 21:06

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there is a saying:
The Olsens change their cars more often than their underwear!

-- Last edit: 2012-07-09 21:06:41

ingo DE

2012-07-09 21:13

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@andrepa: don't mix them up :no: Lateef contributes the several Norwegian copies, not the Danish originals. They aren't the same! In the most Danish Olsen-movies they keep their 1960 Bel Air.
The Norwegian version never appeared in Germany. About the Danish I'm not sure, if all were dubbed and broadcasted here, too. And if - only watch the DDR-made dubbing. The West German version (I've only noticed one, and then switched off immediately) is totally boring and stupid.

andrepa DE

2012-07-09 22:37

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oh, pardon, i rubbed my eyes thinking the Chevrolet Two Ten is a Bel Air :9

Lateef NO

2012-07-10 06:56

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ingo wrote Lateef contributes the several Norwegian copies, not the Danish originals.

Hey, I've added two Danish movies, in case you haven't noticed :p I'd like to add more Danish Olsen-banden, if it wasn't for the fact that they're already listed. I like both the Danish and the Norwegian ones.

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