Pippi Goes on Board
This is the film version which is a compilation of the 1969 TV Series shown in 13 parts. It is therefore technically the "first" Pippi Långstrump film, although it wasn't released as a film until 1973. Pippi lives alone in Villekulla because her mother is an angel in heaven and her father is a king in the Southern Seas. Brother & sister Tommy and Annika become her friends and the 13 episodes detail their adventures together. Pippi Goes on Board is the USA title, with the original title being "Here Comes Pippi Longstocking!" (Här kommer Pippi Långstrump).
- Stars:Inger Nilsson, Maria Persson, Pär Sundberg, Margot Trooger, Hans Clarin, Paul Esser, Ulf G. Johnsson, Göthe Grefbo, Fredrik Ohlsson, Öllegård Wellton, Bengt Eklund, Siv Ericks, Staffan Hallerstam, Sven Löfgren, Beppe Wolgers,
- Country:Sweden, West Germany
- Director:Olle Hellbom,
- Writer:Astrid Lindgren (novels), Astrid Lindgren (screenplay)
The further adventures of super-strong girl Pippi Longstocking and her friends Tommy and Annika in this sequel compilation film of the classic Swedish TV series. . You can read more in Google, Youtube, Wiki
Pippi Goes on Board torrent reviews
(de) wrote: -Shallow, unengaging story.-Bad dubbing+Awesome fight scenes
(kr) wrote: Beautiful masterpiece depicting that not everyone has to be happy all the time, sometimes it's okay to give up. Alba's character is inspiring and loveable, and you can't help but root for her through her awkward ways.
(jp) wrote: A funny; albeit inconsistent; sex comedy that achieves the laughs thanks to a great Jason Sudeikis performance.
(us) wrote: Although the plot is relatively simple, I really liked this film.
(ru) wrote: Funny and silly classic 80s action flick, perfect for a rainy Sunday afternoon. Popcorn with melted butter necessary. And large sodas, watered out by large quantities of unwanted ice.
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(it) wrote: Different/Not Bad/OK/kinda Liked.