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Sound of Näverlur, Movie, 1971 IMDB

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Also known as:

  • Den vilda jakten på astronauten (Sweden)
  • Kalla mej Kulla (Sweden)

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atom SE

2009-07-22 00:51

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Our second Aktiv today! This time an Aktiv Sno-Tric:
[Image: 184337-snotrac1.jpg]

A SJ-train:
[Image: 184336-train1.jpg]

58Roadmaster US

2009-07-22 08:12

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Great film addition? Does this capture the earliest days of "Raggedore?"

garco NL

2009-07-22 09:56

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atom wrote
A SJ-train:
[Image: 184336-train1.jpg]


Actually, this is a Finnish colour-schema if I am right. :think: I can not find any SJ train with this schema.
http://www.railfaneurope.net/pix/fi/diesel/Dr14/VR_Dr14_1859.jpg


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atom SE

2009-07-22 13:43

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58Roadmaster wrote Great film addition? Does this capture the earliest days of "Raggedore?"

No, not a great film.

If you mean "Raggare" so yes the maincharacter hitchhikes with the 59 Chevy and ends up at a raggare-gathering.

garco wrote Actually, this is a Finnish colour-schema if I am right. :think: I can not find any SJ train with this schema.
http://www.railfaneurope.net/pix/fi/diesel/Dr14/VR_Dr14_1859.jpg

Hmm, it was written "SJ" behind the cabin.

58Roadmaster US

2009-07-22 21:24

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So this is like an American hot-rod flick of the 1960s?

atom SE

2009-07-23 14:31

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No, it's only a very small part where the 'Raggare' take place, this movie tries to poke fun of the infomercials made in the sixties about Dalarna.

58Roadmaster US

2009-07-23 21:11

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I see. It is easy for some Americans to think of Raggare as a way of "stealing" or "hijacking" cars that were once driven on US roads, as such cars are popular in many parts of Europe, but Sweden and Germany especially. If one takes the time to understand the roots of this European sub-culture, then it is not so difficult to conclude that these folks have a love for the same types of cars, and they have the same rights to own and care for them as Americans have done and continue to do.

Wikipedia: "The word "Dalarna" means "the dales" (valleys). It is a popular vacation destination for Swedes from the south, who often travel there to relax during summer vacations, drawn by good fishing lakes, beautiful campgrounds, and deep forests."

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