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|Mästerdetektiven Blomkvist lever farligt|
|Directed by||Olle Hellbom|
|Produced by||Olle Nordemar|
|Screenplay by||Astrid Lindgren|
|Based on|| Bill Bergson Lives Dangerously |
by Astrid Lindgren
|Music by||Charles Redland|
Bill Bergson Lives Dangerously (original Swedish name: Mästerdetektiven Blomkvist lever farligt) is a 1957 Swedish film about Kalle Blomkvist, directed by Olle Hellbom. It is based on the novel with the same name, written by Astrid Lindgren. It was recorded in Trosa, Södermanland.
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There are differences between the book and this film:
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Rövarspråket is a Swedish language game. It became popular after the books about Bill Bergson by Astrid Lindgren, where the children use it as a code, both at play and in solving actual crimes.
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