Hør, Var Der Ikke En, Som Lo? Trailer

Hør, Var Der Ikke En, Som Lo? Trailer (1978)

14 September 1978 Drama

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Kirsten Olesen

as Elisabeth

Jesper Christensen

as Den arbejdsløse

Jesper Christensen

as Vægtløftermennesket

Karl Stegger

as Nuslemennesket

Otto Brandenburg

as Graveren

Sejr Volmer-Sørensen

as Vorherre/Kontormanden

Jesper Klein

as Filipensmennesket

Peer Guldbrandsen

as Tobakshandleren


Nina Crone

Nina Crone Production Director

Jørgen Schmidt Nicolaisen

Jørgen Schmidt Nicolaisen Production Office Assistant

Birthe Lyngsøe

Birthe Lyngsøe Makeup Department Head

International Titles

Did Somebody Laugh? Trailer

International Releases Dates

Denmark 14 September 1978

Production Companies

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