The Karlsson Brothers is a "confusion" comedy about two identical-twin brothers, each initially unaware of the other's existence. One brother is a successful, perfectionist lawyer living in Stockholm. The other brother lives in the North of Sweden with a wife and children, and is a notoriously unfaithful ne'er-do-well. The brothers meet for the first time as they go through their deceased mother's estate. Their meeting leads to a series of challenging mix-ups, turning both their lives on end. The brothers' differences prove gradually to be a source of strength, and their newfound friendship will change their lives forever.
Svante is a young boy who lives with his family in a Stockholm apartment. One day he meets Karlsson, a chubby little man in the prime of his life, who can fly using a propeller on his back and who lives in his little house on the roof.
Nils Karlsson Pyssling is a 1990 Swedish family film based on the novel with the same name by Astrid Lindgren.
Karlsson is a very short, portly and overconfident man who lives in a small house hidden behind a chimney on the roof of a very ordinary apartment building on a very ordinary street in Stockholm. When Karlsson pushes a button on his stomach, it starts a clever little motor with a propeller on his back, allowing him to fly. Karlsson is the best at everything, at least by his own account. In actual fact there is one thing at which he excels: being a playmate to a young boy named Svante, nicknamed Lillebror (little brother), who lives in the apartment building with his family. Karlsson is quite mischievous, often getting Lillebror in trouble, but everyone in the end – even Lillebror's family, his cranky uncle, and their dour housekeeper – grow to like Karlsson and appreciate his sense of humour, energy, and good nature.
A comedy about a nursery school, real estate deals and a lost dog.
"Private Number 91-Karlsson" - The Squadron leader throws big a party where one of his colleagues is going to demonstrate a new type of explosive substance.
Swedish Serial, based on Astrid Lindgren's lovable character.
1. Pistol 2. Senseless 3. Heavenly Action 4. Reunion 5. Sometimes 6. Who Needs Love Like That 7. Cry So Easy 8. My Heart... So Blue 9. March On Down The Line 10. Say What 11. Sexuality 12. Oh L'Amour 13. Push Me Shove Me 14. Gimme! Gimme! Gimme! (A Man After Midnight) Recorded live in Karlsson, Stockholm, August 8, 1986 Part of the deluxe CD/DVD edition of Wonderland released in 2011
Charged by their infatuation of the regiment's maid Elvira, friends and rivals Mandel and Axelsson arrive for military duty, whereupon silly things happen in and around a mansion that is rumored to be haunted.
While Stockholm celebrates its 700th anniversary, private 91 is knocked on his head and goes on a fantastical journey through Swedish history.
Privates 91 and 87 are ordered to carry a tube of explosive chemicals to a military depot, while prize fighter Ingemar Johansson tries to teach them how to throw a punch.
In the last film of the original 91 film series two letters - one written in spite and another in love - end up in the wrong hands, while 91 and 87 as usual try to avoid ending up in military arrest.
Private number 91 gets into more hijinks in this hilarious sequel.
Kalle and his girlfriend Blenda is on his way home from Tivoli, when he says that he will be away for two years as mate on a sailing ship, but swears her eternal fidelity. During the trip takes on board Bessie that has wrecked his vessel, the Donald withstand the temptation of a beautiful woman on board while Blenda waiting at home?
Privates 91 and 87 once again end up in goofy predicaments when an important map belonging to the regiment goes missing.