Made in Sweden For Export Trailer

Made in Sweden For Export Trailer (1975)

09 October 1975 Music 30 mins

Running order of guests: 1. ABBA - Intermezzo No.1 (opening credits) 2. ABBA - Mamma Mia 3. Merit Hemmingson 4. Sylvia Vrethammar 5. ABBA - I Do, I Do, I Do, I Do, I Do 6. Björn Skifs 7. Lill Lindfors 8. ABBA - So Long 9. ABBA - Intermezzo No.1 (closing credits)

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International Releases Dates

United Kingdom 29 August 1976

Sweden 09 October 1975

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