To Norway, Home of Giants Trailer

To Norway, Home of Giants Trailer (1979)

01 January 1979 Comedy 28 mins

A short comedy starring John Cleese, directed by Johnny Bergh and Bjørn Sand.

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Cast

John Cleese

as Norman Fearless

Øivind Blunck

as Norwegian

Ingeborg Cook

as Norwegian

Jon Eikemo

as Norwegian

Per Jansen

as Norwegian

Jorunn Kjellsby

as Norwegian

Aud Schønemann

as Norwegian

Sverre Wilberg

as Norwegian

International Titles

Norwegen - Das Land der Riesen Trailer

International Releases Dates

Norway 01 January 1979

Production Companies

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