The Moelleby affair Trailer

The Moelleby affair Trailer (1976)

26 December 1976 Family 95 mins

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Cast

Poul Reichhardt

as Borgmester Clemmensen

Ove Sprogøe

as Digter Mortensen

Lily Broberg

as Kommunekasserens værtinde

Elin Reimer

as Borgmesterfruen

Karl Stegger

as Morbror Ole

Inge Margrethe Svendsen

as Clara, Clemmensens datter

Arthur Jensen

as Nikolajsen, barber

Edvin Tiemroth

as Overretssagfører Kølle

Henning Palner

as Ditlefsen

Bjørn Puggaard-Müller

as Bankdirektør Lund

Christoffer Bro

as Ingeniør

Valsø Holm

as Restauratør

Kirsten Søberg

as Hansigne

Elga Olga Svendsen

as Dame på rådhuset

International Titles

Affaeren i Moelleby Trailer

Affaeren i Molleby Trailer

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International Releases Dates

Denmark 26 December 1976

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