Ballad of the Masterthief Ole Hoiland
Ballad of the Masterthief Ole Hoiland (Norwegian: Balladen om mestertyven Ole Høiland) is a 1970 Norwegian drama film directed by Knut Andersen, and starring a broad cast of notable Norwegian actors, headed by Per Jansen as Ole Høiland. Ole Høiland was an actual Norwegian Robin Hood-figure in the early 19th century. He steals from the rich and gives to the poor, enjoying numerous affairs with attractive women along the way. The story culminates in the ambitious burglary of Norges Bank, Norway's central bank.
- Stars:Per Jansen, Sverre Hansen, Aud Schønemann, Anne Marit Jacobsen, Ola Isene, Kjersti Døvigen, Harald Heide-Steen Jr., Eva von Hanno, Leif Juster, Sølvi Wang, Alf Malland, Frimann Falck Clausen, Bonne Gauguin, Lillian Lydersen, Ottar Wicklund,
- Director:Knut Andersen,
- Writer:Knut Andersen, Harald Tusberg (story)
Legenden om mestertyven Ole Høiland som levde i første halvdelen av 1800-tallet. Han stjal fra de rike og sjarmerte kvinnene. Vi møter ham mens han vandrer omkring på landeveien en varm ... . You can read more in Google, Youtube, Wiki
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